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Add "Exported to {Accounting Integration}" and "External Id" Fields on csv report exports

JT_SFJT_SF Expensify Customer Posts: 2

Expensify offers all these great integrations to Accounting Systems, but it can be difficult to reconcile if the sync has failed for some expense reports.

Currently the csv export reporting feature does not have a field that indicates if a expense report has been synced successfully to the accounting system or not. Furthermore, it would be great to also have an "external Id" written back from the accounting system so it is easier to tie out Expensify data to the accounting system's.

While you can currently see in the UI if a report has been synced, I've been told this is not possible (currently) to add to the csv/excel export.

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