Introducing Xero Integration for Invoices

John Reeve | April 28th, 2016 | , ,

Xero

We’re happy to announce that Intervals now supports the ability to export an invoice to a Xero friendly CSV file. Easily copy your invoices over to Xero by importing the file into the popular online accounting software and avoid entering invoices twice. To get started, click to view an invoice and save it as a Xero formatted CSV file by clicking on the export icon and selecting Xero from the menu.

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Click the Export button to download the CSV file.

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For detailed instructions on importing the CSV file into Xero, view our Integrating with Xero help article. If you have any questions about using this feature, or any feedback on how to make integrating with Xero invoicing better, please contact us and let us know.

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