Yes! Although by default all invoices are always sent to the owner of the site, the owner can add other recipients easily.
Just head to the Billing tab in the site’s Flywheel dashboard:
From there, hover on the ellipsis icon, and you’ll find the “Update invoice settings” option:
Selecting “Update invoice settings” will display a modal where you’ll be able to add new email addresses to be used as billing contacts. These email addresses will each receive invoices each month (or year, depending on the terms of the site’s subscription):
From here, you can also specify additional text to add to the subscription’s invoices.
Just hit the big “Update invoice settings” button at the bottom of the modal window to save your settings!
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