Xero’s top rated
leave calendar.

Share approved leave from Xero directly into your Calendar, Slack or email


Transparency for the whole team not just a payroll administrator


Notice for all your managers when leave is approved


See Xero approved leave in your favourite apps

Greater Flexibility

Coming Soon: not just Xero leave, but more ability to see who is in and out to keep you COVIDsafe


Feed approved leave information directly to a shared calendar for full transparency across your organisation


As well as a shared calendar you have the option to get leave straight to your inbox. Create alerts for daily, weekly updates. Or even get notified when someone approves leave


Everyone works differently, so we have created integrations with some of your favourite apps

  • Google calendar
  • Outlook
  • Slack

LeaveCal Pricing

per connected Xero file

Up to 5


6 to 20

12 AUD

Per Month ex GST

21 to 50

18 AUD
10 GBP

Per Month ex GST

51 to 80

24 AUD
14 GBP

Per Month ex GST

81 to 120

42 AUD
24 GBP

Per Month ex GST

121 to 200

54 AUD
30 GBP

Per Month ex GST

Fabulous! We were looking for a way to export live information from Xero to Microsoft calendar so that our managers could organise their rosters. This app is very clear and exactly what we were after

– Amanda Windred
Clarence Professional Offices

Since we have started using Finlert there is a much higher level of communication across the business – we are located in numerous geographical locations and not always as pro active as we should be in letting the broader team know our ins and outs! With Finlert everyone has access and is able to set meetings and visits with a much higher level of certainty that other employees will be available – thanks Finlert it has removed another headache for our business.

– Rikki Papesch

Great product. I previously had to copy leave in Xero into a calendar in order for staff absences to be front and centre. Finlert’s weekly email is much easier/better and a small price to pay for staying on top of this important data.

– Rohan Johnson