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The QuickBooks connector allows two things:
- The synchronization of Synchroteam's invoices to QuickBooks,
- Bidirectional synchronization of Customers and Contacts between QuickBooks and Synchroteam
These synchronizations are performed automatically every 20 minutes.
First synchronization between QuickBooks and SynchroteamOnce you have activated the QuickBooks Online connector in (see article QuickBooks Online ), you can synchronize Customers and Contacts between the two applications.
To do this, simply:
- Click on "More" in the "Settings" menu.
- Click on "Integrations"
In the QB section, click the "Send" button
Once synchronization is complete, Synchroteam's QB customer (and its contacts) are now present in QuickBooks and also present in Synchroteam.
Synchronizing an invoice for a new customerIf you create a new customer and invoice this customer, once synchronization occurs, you will find your new customer and invoice in QuickBooks.
I create a new customer named "My Company" along with a contact.
Create an invoice on a job for this customer.
After the synchronization, the customer is in QuickBooks, along with the invoice.
Synchronization of an invoice from a customer already in QuickBooks
When a customer already exists in quickbooks, any invoice created (in Synchroteam) will be sent to quickbooks when synchronization occurs.
Create a new invoice for customer "My Company". To do this, open a job for this customer and click on the "Invoices" tab.
Add some parts:
The invoice is created:
Once synchronized, the invoice is present in QuickBooks.
Synchronization of new QuickBooks customers to SynchroteamWhen you create a new customer in QuickBooks, it is automatically sent to Synchroteam when synchronization occurs.
I create a new customer in QuickBooks: "My QB Company":
Once synchronization occurs, the customer is copied into Synchroteam.