There’s nothing like coming to the end of the month and realizing you have a giant pile of receipts that need to be sorted, organized and expensed. Jeffrey Taylor in a post on The Droid Lawyer has a suggestion on how to make the mundane office task a little easier: use Google Drive.

He suggests using its new scanning feature. To do so, Taylor writes, first create a folder and any necessary subfolders. For his practice, he created a general receipt folder with subfolders for “Client” and “Practice.” The next step is scanning with the driver. Taylor explains the setup:

  1. Open the Drive app on phone or tablet;
  2. Select the folder or subfolder;
  3. Press “Scan” button; and
  4. Take a picture of the receipt with your phone.

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