Usually, it is possible to link a bank feed deposit to invoices manually in your accounting when invoices are not yet deposited (stored on “Undeposited funds” for example). To do this you need to double-check what exact invoices/expenses are composing this deposit, which is time-consuming.
Synder solves this in a way that you do not need to link each individual invoice to the deposit, as there is a transaction called payout* which is supposed to be linked to it.
* Payout – money transfer from your payment processor to the bank.
Payout is an exact match for your bank feeds records and it gets linked automatically by QuickBooks/Xero, so the only thing you need is to click “Match”/”ok” to confirm it.
Each invoice/sales receipt/ expense created by the app is deposited to the clearing account ( for example “Stripe Bank Account” or “PayPal Bank Account”), and then it is a payout that is taking the amount from the clearing account and transfers them to your checking account for quick reconciliation.