Exciting new features added to Xero

Xero’s release tonight includes a number of key features that have been requested by our customers.

The key new features are:

From the new Contacts screen you can view, add, edit, archive and delete the individuals and organisations that you do business with. The information added here will be used in invoices and transactions that you enter into Xero. You can view contacts as a list or as address cards. Both the list and card views display the contact’s name and the amount owing to or from them (if any).  The card view also displays the address information you may have loaded for the contact and is the address that will be used in any accounts receivable invoices you generate.

You can now import your own logos for display on invoices that you send to your customers. And you can now set your own sequential invoice numbering sequence for use on all accounts receivable invoices you generate.

Thanks again for all your suggestions. Keep them coming!

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