I am trying to integrate Salesforce and Xero, so when a field is updated in Salesforce an invoice is created. I have done this in sandbox versions of Salesforce and Xero, but have so far been unable to get the right level of permissions from the Accounts team at my company to integrate Xero.
The issue seems to be that I need either the standard or adviser user role in Xero. However this would give me full access to Xero, including to the bank account and areas of the business that I shouldn’t be able to access. Does anyone have any advice on how to set up permission levels in Xero to give me the ability to integrate with Zapier, but restrictive enough to keep the Accounts team happy?
Thanks in advance for any advice!
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