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Import bank statement lines via the API

Be able to import bank statement lines into a bank account in Xero. This would be useful for custom bank accounts or banks that do not have a direct feed into Xero

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      • Aaron AngelAaron Angel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I am glad to see this is planned again. I would love to be able to integrate this better with Stripe (we have multiple Stripe accounts for various parts of our operations), as well as cash management.

      • Aaron AngelAaron Angel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Despite more votes, you have downgraded this from "planned" to "under review." What exactly is there to review? You've had years to take care of this. It has been requested for years. Your team is really slacking, here. Do you need some help writing this? It can't be that difficult.

      • Ryan NewtonRyan Newton commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Please move this up on the priority list since you do not have a bank feed for our current commercial banking.

      • Josh GoodallJosh Goodall commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        If there's no API, how are Silver Siphon doing feeds from Stripe / PIN? A mechanical Xero user-agent pushing up CSV files?

      • David EarlDavid Earl commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Disaster. Having just started trying to use the API, I find I cannot do this most basic of things, and have to do it manually by file transfer.

        In general I've found the API to be terribly lacking in all sorts of areas. If you used the API to implement your own UI, you wouldn't get into this mess, you'd implement things as a matter of course. Clearly you *have* an API of sorts, but its just not the secured, public one.

      • Jason LaneJason Lane commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Wow. This is the second feature that I've found lacking from Xero, and I'm so disappointed to find that this feature request has ALSO been languishing for years, with no hope in sight. It's so frustrating, because there's so much I love about Xero, but I'm really starting to wonder where your development efforts and priorities lie. They certainly don't seem to be aligned with what your customers are asking for.

      • Brett LesterBrett Lester commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Adam, thanks for your update. But "planned" means "planned", not "we’re actively listening to your feedback and watching these pages".

        If it's not on Xero's roadmap, then it should not be marked as planned.

        If you're going to say something is "planned" when in fact it's not on the roadmap, then you really shouldn't be surprised when people get annoyed.

      • MarkMark commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        So.. there are solutions.. now ones that work entirely with the API for secure access.

        https://go.bankfeeds.io

        this is a simple integration - syncs Stripe transactions, fees, transfers, refunds etc as a Bank Feed into your xero account.

        While a direct integration would be great, this is almost real-time transaction data into xero.

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