Xpenser importers no longer supported

Due to low volume of users using Xpenser, we are no longer supporting new Xpenser imports. We will continue to receive imports from existing Xpenser accounts. If you have any questions regarding Xpenser, please contact us at help.bookkeeping.godaddy.com by clicking the 'submit a new request' link on the right side of the page.

If you would like to import Xpenser data into GoDaddy Bookkeeping manually you can do so via  a CSV file.  

Go to your Expenses tab

Select the Export drop down list

Select the CSV format

 

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Once the CSV file is created, a few formatting changes will be required before it'll import into GoDaddy Bookkeeping.

 

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id:  Not included in the imported data, remove this column of data.

date: Maps to the date field in GoDaddy Bookkeeping

type: Maps to the Vendor field in GoDaddy Bookkeeping.  Rename this column to "payee".

category: Maps to the Category field in GoDaddy Bookkeeping. 

amount: Maps to the Amount field in GoDaddy Bookkeeping.

notes: Maps to the Description field in GoDaddy Bookkeeping. Rename this column to "description".

tags: Not included in the imported data; remove this column of data or combine it with the notes field .

rawamount: Not included in the import; remove this column of data.

 

The finished file will look like this:

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Once you  make these changes to the CSV file you can import it into GoDaddy Bookkeeping using the Upload Your Data link at the bottom of the Income / Expense tabs.

More info on importing a CSV can be found here: http://help.bookkeeping.godaddy.com/entries/489670-how-do-i-import-a-csv-file

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