Invoices can be filtered via the quick filters located next to the search button or via the advanced filters which can be toggled by clicking the (Help) link on the top of the page. Users can filter invoices by store, order id, item id, status or a date.
Invoices can be exported in CSV or JSON format. For more information about invoice export and accounting, see this page.
Table below lists and describes common invoice statuses in BTCPay and suggests common actions. Actions are just recommendations. It's up to users to define best course of action for their use-case and business.
Not paid, invoice timer still has not expired
Not paid, invoice timer expired
Paid, but has not received sufficient amount of confirmations specified in the Store Settings
Wait for confirmations (The invoice should become - complete)
Paid, confirmed, by reaching the number of confirmations in store settings but has not received the default number (6) of confirmations in BTCPay.
Wait for remaining confirmations, or proceed if store settings confirmations is acceptable
Paid, completed, received sufficient amount of confirmations in store
Fulfil the order
Paid, but not in full amount and expired
Contact buyer to arrange a refund or ask for them to pay their due. Optionally mark invoice as completed
Paid (Paid Over)
Paid more than the invoice amount, but has not received sufficient amount of confirmations specified in the Store Settings
Wait for confirmations. The invoice should become - Complete (Paid Over)
Complete (Paid Over)
Paid more than the invoice amount, completed, received sufficient amount of confirmations
Contact buyer to arrange a refund for the extra amount, or optionally wait for buyer to contact you
Paid, but failed to receive sufficient amount of confirmations within the time specified in store settings
Check the transaction on a blockchain explorer, if it received sufficient confirmations, mark as complete
*Invoices paid via the Lightning Network immediately go to a completed state, as their confirmation is instant.
**Paid Partial invoice usually happens when a buyer pays the invoice from the exchange wallet which takes a fee for their service and deducts it from a total. In some cases, it happens when buyer enters an incorrect amount in their wallet.
*Invalid - If you're receiving a lot of invalid invoices in your store, you may want to adjust invalid invoice time in store settings.