Sometimes in one single application, we might have multiple subscriptions active, and hence several different payments within an application.
By creating supplementary cards, we can:
- set up optional expiry date for each supplementary card issued
- manage each subscription separately by enabling and disabling individual cards
- identify each user that is spending in Spend breakdown in the Dashboard
Say there are five team members who are on Linkedin subscription. In order to manage these five individual subscriptions, we want to add supplementary cards under the name of these five employees.
How, you ask?
Once the Linkedin subscription has been approved in Cledara, we can go into the app and then click on 'Add new card' at the bottom of the Main card box.
Then, we add the email for whom this new card is, and set an optional expiry date for it.
Let's see it in action:
- 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.
- To access the details of each supplementary card, tap on the three dots next to each user's name. Use the your supplementary card details to fill in the payment method and you are all set to go.