It's time to switch to new reports
Start unlocking more value from your reports
All of our new reports are built with Xero customers in mind. The Xero community requested and voted for many of the enhancements, and we’ve tested them with small businesses and advisors, who tell us they love the improved flexibility and customisation.
Things have changed a lot in new reports over the past year. So if you haven’t given them a try lately, it’s a good time to take another look. Here’s what you can expect:
A beautiful report centre where you can search or scroll to find new reports and add them to your favourites
An extensive range of reports and common layouts to help you get quick access to answers when you need them most
Standardised formats and intuitive menus so you can explore different ways of looking at your data in just a few clicks
Powerful customisation tools that help you tailor the content and layout of your reports to your unique needs
The ability to add, hide or reorder columns, group or sort data in different ways, and use filtering options to find what you’re looking for
Features to help you streamline your financial analysis within Xero, including formulas, schedules, switch rules, notes and more
As you can see, there’s plenty of value to discover in our new reports right now. But our teams are working hard to build on this even further in the months ahead.
Soon, we’ll be adding more reports into Xero — including General Ledger, Journal and Bank Reconciliation reports — as well as introducing foreign currency into new reports. We’re also planning a new feature that will let you quickly apply your favourite layouts to multiple organisations.
It’s time to jump in and give new reports a try
If you’re not sure how to get started, we suggest opening the new Profit and Loss report in Xero. There’s a handy product tour in there that will guide you through the new layouts and settings, so you can feel more confident about giving new reports a try.
We’ve also made it easy for you to provide feedback — just click the ‘feedback’ button in the tips and tricks panel in the new Profit and Loss, Balance Sheet or Account Transactions reports and share your thoughts. This feedback will help our teams understand how we can continue to improve your experience.
I hope you love new reports as much as we do, and look forward to hearing how they offer the insights you need to help your business or practice thrive.
Credit: Xero Blog