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As we communicated to all our customers back in May, we have listened to your ideas and have created a new high level short term and long term product roadmap which you can read here. We have temporarily disabled the ideas section in our Community for at least the next six months. Whilst we execute the milestones on this roadmap we do not want to set any false expectation that other ideas will be implemented.

Your ideas have not been deleted, just hidden. We will revisit them, and any new ideas you might have, when our projects on the product roadmap have been deployed.

Izettle Integration

Idea suggested by Mike Smith 3 years ago

Izettle today announced a deal with Xero for izettle payment integration.

Is this a consideration for Clearbooks.??

Ta Mike

8 Replies

Hi Mike,

It will certainly be a consideration in future I can't give you any sort of time frames though. Stripe integration will likely precede this though.

Already had a client email me this morning re this.

iZettle seems a popular payment gateway these days.

Yes kevin. Very handy indeed. Smartphone or tablet and you get issued with a card reader. Super simple for getting payments when with a client.

Would be great to integrate.

Had a look at stripe, got lost after a few lines..!!

Izettle is great..

Interesting.. I have converted this to an idea, please add your votes and see if we can get this competing with Stripe for the next big integration.

Any further views on developing this integration? Plus how do we vote for an idea for Clearbooks to see the relevant interest from its customers?

Hi Peter,

Although this would be a fantastic addition other projects from our road map are taking priority at the moment. To vote on any ideas just click on the thumbs up icon for the original poster:


Thanks John, already did that so fingers crossed and will watch this space.

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