The Capricornian direct feeds

Get bank account transactions from The Capricornian automatically imported in to Xero. To apply, add your accounts in Xero, check your account types are eligible, then download and complete the application form. Your feed will start in 10 working days.

Eligible account types

  • Everyday accounts
  • Savings accounts
  • Loan accounts
  • Term deposit accounts
  • Cash management accounts

Apply for a direct feed

Add your bank account and download the application form

  1. In the Accounts menu, select Bank Accounts.
  2. Click Add Bank Account.
  3. Start typing your bank's name, then select the correct bank name from the list.
  4. Enter your account name and select your account type.
  5. Enter your account number. Add your BSB number first, then your membership number (for example 100012345).
  6. Select the currency (if required).
  7. (Optional) If you have multiple bank accounts to add, click + Add another [bank name] account.
  8. Click Continue.
  9. Click Download Form. If you've added multiple accounts, only the accounts eligible for direct feeds will show on the application form.
  10. Click Done.
Need to apply for feeds for an existing account in Xero?
  1. Click the Get Bank Feeds button next to the eligible bank account.
  2. Select your account type.
  3. Check that you have entered the correct bank account number.
  4. (Optional) If you have multiple accounts for this bank and you don't want to apply for feeds for all of them, click Don't connect next to an account to exclude it.
  5. Click Continue.
  6. Click Download Form.
  7. Click Done.

Sign and send us the application form

  1. Open the downloaded application form.
  2. Print the form and fill out any fields that haven't been automatically completed.
  3. Sign the form, then scan it and send it to us.

Complete a seperate form for each organisation in Xero that you want a feed for.

If you need to apply for feeds for your clients, download this form: Automatic transaction feeds to Xero (PDF, 76KB)

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