It’s a small thing, but it is a thing. I’m sorting out my Downloads folder and having to manually investigate files with rubbish names like Invoice-1877697.pdf and Bill08714494_1.pdf. What are they, who do they come from, what period do they cover?
Could Bulb please become user friendly by sending out bills with sensible names? .
Instead of the pointlessly mysterious Bill08714494_1.pdf could bills please have meaningful names, eg Bulb_20190327_Bill08714494_1.pdf. That will sort sensibly, can be easily found and it’s clear what it is. Personally I don’t care about the number at the end but I presume having it as part of the filename matters to someone at Bulb.
To make them sensible I have to to manually rename them, just as I had to do with Electricity-Annual Statement.pdf because the name conflicts with last years version. As it stands the Electricity and Gas files don’t sort next to each other, or anywhere near the bills, so why not Bulb_2019_Electricity-Annual Statement.pdf and Bulb_2019_Gas-Annual Statement.pdf. It can’t be difficult, surely.
So please could we have attachments with names which show
a) your company name first, so files can be found with a simple name search.
b) the date next, so it’s clear what they cover and they index properly.