What are supplementary cards for?

In one single application, you can have multiple subscriptions active and several different payments methods. This works by setting up supplementary cards. 

By creating supplementary cards, you can:

  • Set up an optional expiry date for each supplementary card issued
  • Manage each subscription separately by enabling and disabling individual cards
  • Identify each user's spend through Spend breakdown in the Dashboard

Once a user has a supplementary card created for them, they will receive an email notifying them that a card has been issued to their name.

They can either follow the link in the email to view card details, or log in to Cledara and click on the card icon in the Applications tab.

Case study

Say there are five team members who have a Linkedin subscription. In order to manage these five individual subscriptions, you add supplementary cards under the name of these five employees. 

Once the Linkedin subscription has been approved in Cledara, you can go into the application and then click on 'Add new card' at the bottom of the Main card box.

Then, you add an email for the person that will use the card, and you can also set up an optional expiry date. 

Watch the video below to see how to create a supplementary card: 

 

Pro tip:

  1. All the cards created (including the main card) share the same budget. Remember to update the budget amount of the application when you create a new card.
  2. To access the details of each supplementary card, tap on the three dots next to each user's name. Use your supplementary card details to fill in the payment method and you are all set to go. If you are not an admin or the owner of the application, you can check the supplementary cards' details by clicking the card icon in the applications list. 
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