Invoice export icons - colour codes
When you export an invoice from Zahara, we will show an export icon based on your set up.
The three colours are:
- Green – exported successfully
- Yellow – exported awaiting confirmation
- Red – exported issue reported
Your export settings are in Business > Settings > Integrations
If you are exporting to a flat file then the icon will always be green as we have no way of knowing whether it succeeded or failed.
If you export to Xero, QuickBooks Online or SmartSync then we will get feedback from the accounts system if the invoice was received and posted correctly. In this instance, a yellow icon will turn green or red.
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