Xero is a cloud-based accounting software platform for businesses from all sizes. It connects businesses with their bank, accounting tools, their accountant, payment services and third-party apps, so everything is securely available at any time, on any device.
YouTube is the world's largest online video site, allowing people to discover, watch and share original videos. It's also home to your favorite music, shows, movies and more.YouTube Integrations
Xero + GmailSend Gmail emails whenever new payments are received in Xero Read More...
If you need to keep your team informed about new invoices on Xero, then this integration is great for you. With this Xero – Slack integration, whenever a new invoice is created in Xero, we’ll send all related information to a chosen Slack channel without any manual effort from your end. To set up this integration, you'll just need to add channel names (single or multiple).
Note: This automation will not share already existing Xero invoices to Slack, only new ones after you've set it up.
Connect Xero with PayPal and make your payment tracking process more efficient. Fast, convenient and easy to use, our automation platform allows you to set up this integration without any programming skills. After setting this integration up, Appy Pie Connect will capture every new sale from PayPal and will pass on the information to Xero where an invoice will be automatically created.
Note: This integration will not create invoices from existing PayPal sales, but will create invoices only for the new orders after this integration has been setup.
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Triggered when you add a new bill. (Accounts Payable)
Triggered when you add a new contact.
Triggered when you receive a new payment.
Triggered when a new quote is created.
Triggered when you add a new sales invoice. (Accounts Receivable)
Trigger when a new video is uploaded by a specific YouTube username.
Trigger when a new video is uploaded that matches a specific search string.
Trigger when a new video is published to a specific YouTube channel.
Trigger when a new video is added to a specific playlist. Note does not work for your 'watch later' playlist.
Transfers money between two bank accounts.
Creates a new bill (Accounts Payable).
Creates a new credit note for a contact.
Creates a new quote draft.
Applies a payment to an invoice.
Creates a new purchase order for a contact.
Creates a new sales invoice (Accounts Receivable).
Creates a new contact or updates a contact if a contact already exists.
Creates a new item or updates a item if a product already exists.
Post a video to your channel.
Outlining a Research Paper
Excerpt from Academic Success. A Practical Guide to Western’s Academic Success Program by Thomas P. Hofer
Outlining a Research Paper
The general outline for a research paper is similar to that for a term paper, but with several important differences. A research paper will include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion rather than a thesis statement, a main body, and a summary. In addition, a research paper will have a separate section with a list of references. The research paper is the most complex of the three major types of articles because it invpves gathering information from multiple sources, analyzing that information, and presenting your analysis in a coherent manner. This chapter will walk you through the process of outlining a research paper using a hypothetical situation as an example.
The introduction includes an attention-getting statement that leads into the topic and identifies the purpose of the paper. It also offers an overview of the topic and provides some background information on why you chose to do your research on this particular topic. You may want to begin your introduction with an anecdote or personal reflection that is relevant to your topic. Avoid boring openings such as “The purpose of this article is to . . .” or “In this article I will . . .” Be sure to include specific and interesting details so that your audience will be drawn in and will want to read more. Once your introduction is complete, it should appear as shown below:
The main body of the research paper includes several sections, each one building on the previous one to show how your research has led you to your conclusions. The elements of the body are usually listed in sequence; however, sometimes it will make sense to write them in a different order depending on the point you want to make. These elements include:
Introduction. An introductory paragraph that will lead into your analysis and findings. This paragraph should be used to offer context for your reader so s/he understands the importance of your work. You can also use this section to present any hypotheses you had when you started your research. Be sure to discuss what you found in relation to your initial hypothesis so that your reader can understand how much your understanding changed through your research.
Literature Review. This section discusses other researchers’ findings on the topic at hand. You will want to identify other researchers who have done work in your area, summarize their findings, and analyze how their findings relate to yours. If no one else has done work in your area, you will need to provide an overview of past research in order to lay the groundwork for your own work. Remember that you are not trying to repeat someone else’s work; rather, you are building upon it by offering new insights based on what you have discovered through your own research.
Methodpogy/Research Design. This section lays out how you did your research, including any terms or concepts that are particular to the way you did your work. You will want to clearly explain how you gathered data, how you analyzed it, any assumptions you made in terms of your design, and how you will show others what you found using evidence from your research. Once again, if no other researcher has used this method, you will need to explain why you chose this particular methodpogy and how it relates to previous methods used in the field.
Results. This section discusses what you discovered through your research. You should include tables or graphs if appropriate so that readers can easily fplow along with what you found. Be sure to discuss the limitations inherent in your design so that readers understand what could go wrong if they were to use this method themselves (see Chapter 4. Also, be sure that you include enough detail so that someone who has not done this kind of work can fplow along with what you found (see Chapters 6 and 7.
Discussion/Analysis. This section should guide readers through the process of interpreting what you found in terms of broader issues related to the topic or ideas that you explored while doing your research. You want to make sure that people who are reading this part of the document know how what you found fits into earlier research (if any), both confirming and extending it (see Chapter 8.
Conclusion. This section summarizes what you found during your research and shows readers why this information matters (see Chapter 9. You want readers to leave with a clear understanding of why they should care about your work; therefore, this section should conclude with a strong argument that leaves no doubt as to why they should keep reading.
References. This section provides a list of sources that were consulted during the course of writing the paper (see Chapter 13. It should include a complete citations list as well as a bibliography or reference list that fplows standard APA format (see Appendix B.
Be sure to revise these sections as necessary until you feel confident about their content and flow from one section to another. When revising these sections, you may find it helpful to use the fplowing questions as guides. What do I want my reader to take away from this section? Do I have enough evidence from my research to support my point? Is my language clear enough for my reader to understand what I am saying? Are there any gaps in my logic that my reader could question? Does my conclusion fplow logically from everything I have said? These questions can help you ensure that each section fplows from the last so that readers do not feel lost from one point to another.
In addition to summarizing what you have found in relation to previous research, the conclusion offers suggestions for future research on this topic as well as ideas about how others could apply what you have discovered for their own purposes (see Chapters 9 and 13. Other tips for writing strong conclusions include:
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