How to get a monthly invoice
- Sign in to https://account.adobe.com/plans.
- Click Manage plan or View plan.
In Billing history, select either:
- to view a PDF of your invoice
- to send a copy to your email address.
To print the invoice, do one of the following:
- Select the PDF viewer’s Print icon.
- Choose File > Print in your browser.
For more information and clarity on the above steps please visit this help document: https://helpx.adobe.com/manage-account/using/print-creative-cloud-invoice.html
Agreed on this. Every month, my manager needs this receipt for expense reporting and it'd be nice to receive an email that the payment has been processed along with a receipt and I can just simply forward it to him. Or better yet, have it automatically delivered to his email address as well.
Gustav Bang commented
Wow that's terrible for such a big service. Fix this ASAP Adobe, or we will choose another provider.
Trond Jonassen commented
We need the possibility to auto-send the monthly invoice to our account email address and to our invoice emailadress!
Kevin Johnson commented
ADOBE WE NEED THIS.
EMAILED RECEIPTS ARE A MUST HAVE FOR BUSINESS.
Has there been any update on this? It would be greatly appreciated if invoices could be forwarded to the account e-mail as oppose to be having to dig through my account monthly to download a PDF invoice. It's quite annoying having to login monthly and re-remember how to download a bloody invoice.
Oana Hosu commented
There is no option to receive the invoices via email nor to the option to receive a notification when the invoice has been raised on your account.
Can this be implemented? I believe in this era at least one of the two should be granted.
Jan 7 - The request was made June 14, 2017 and Pratyush Dhoundiyal responded on Jan 10, 2018 that they would look into it. It is 2020 already and we are still waiting for this feature that was available at one point in the past. We get automatic email notifications when people comment on this thread. Why is this so difficult?
Please add this feature like others have request. It is important for accounting teams to receive email invoices. Additionally, please allow for the invoice to be sent to an email address of choice, which may or may not be the primary email address.
Please fix this issue.
but ADOBE can and DOES send an email each time there is a new post to this thread. They used to send me monthly invoices but stopped. Has anyone contacted their State Attorney's General office or similar regulatory body to report Adobe's abuse of its monopoly? Does anyone have deep enough pockets to sue them for lost time spent spelunking for invoices?
Please add this. This is the worst aspect of the Creative Cloud experience by far.
Please add "sending of invoices to a specified email address" to a future feature release. This methodology is less than optimal for our accounting team and will inevitably incur hours of recurring labor as we accumulate licenses with newly onboarded employees. This is not a scalable solution with an increase in sales volumes per business account. Please and kindly post an ETA for when your engineering team will add this to the roadmap AND where this is on the product release cycle to manage expectations. Thank you much and have a good week.
It is a joke. The ONLY business we deal with/know of that can't send payment receipts via email.
What's worse, is that they used to do it. The manual effort and time wasted in going to manually retrieve them all the time is unacceptable.
In many countries, especially Asia, we still need to provide a Invoice issued by the vendor to the company as proof that it's a company expense and not personal. If it's not provided, then the expense can't be declared as a company expense during annual audits but instead as a non-deductible only.
What a joke. No security benefit for anyone doing this. Cannot see why they would do this.
It seems like watering the discussion here,I think the monthly subscription is paid by credit card, but isn't the credit card statement sufficient?
In the first place, in the case of credit card payment, the credit card company pays to Adobe on behalf of the end user.
It is the credit card company that charges the end user to the end. It is nonsense that Adobe issues invoices directly to end users.
Give Adobe Support a phone call every month and ask them to send to you by email. Perhaps when their support team gets a large spike in this type of case then they will take our simple request more seriously.
It is really ridiculous not to have this most basic billing feature.
This is absurd and anti-consumer to not automatically send invoices or receipt.
As everyone else stated above, having to manually login and download a receipt for every individual adobe product EVERY month is an extreme waste of time.
Please send automated transactional emails again.... when did this go away? It's even in your settings.
Can't see why it is no problem to send emails regarding expiring payment options, credits and confirmation codes , but not monthly invoices.
Now our accountant has to log in to multiple adobe accounts and manually download invoices in order to keep to keep the books up to date. What a ridiculous decision Adobe.
My regular mail is not safer in my physical mailbox than my emails are in my gmail account. Or do you think regular post mail should be forbidden too?
If I have to download every single invoice I have to pay each month manually from dozens of platforms, I'd go insane.