One of my favorite things about Xero, an online accounting software, is its ability to automatically categorize transactions based on a customized set of rules. While other accounting software have some built-in automation features (such as pre-filling information from the last entered transaction for a payee), Xero is unique in that it categorizes transactions when they match certain conditions for payees, amounts, references, etc.
While this automation can save a lot of time classifying transactions, it could also result in misclassifications if …
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In my last post, I shared the news of Google Reader’s retirement on July 1 and suggested Flipboard as a possible replacement. Feedly is next up at bat and it certainly doesn’t strike out.
Here are a few things I like about Feedly:
It was easy to sync with my Google Reader account. I just entered my Google password and allowed Feedly access to it.
In addition to the mobile apps, Feedly has a Chrome extension for reading from a desktop or laptop. …
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