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QuickBooks Online Update April, 2015

By Jake Martin

2 min read

 

With the days starting to get cooler, one thing is certain, peak season in Australia is getting closer and June 30 will be here before we know it.

The team have been working hard to deliver more updates to QuickBooks Online this month so sit back, grab a cuppa and check out what we’ve added to QuickBooks Online this month. We’re continuing to make QuickBooks Online seriously easy to use.

Don’t forget you can view the QuickBooks Online April 2015, New Features Webinar  to stay up to date with the latest features too.

New sales forms are rolling in!

If the way you customise your sales forms currently looks like this:

1. Old SFC

It’ll soon look like this:

2. New SFC

Over the next few weeks, we’ll convert all QuickBooks Online customers to the new sales form layouts.

You’ll be able to:

  • Save and use multiple templates
  • Choose from different styles
  • Resize columns
  • Capture invoice signatures directly on your phone or tablet (get the free app local link)
  • Resize your logos

Let us know what you think by leaving feedback under the settings gear in QuickBooks with the tag #NewForms.

We’ve redesigned the way you Pay Bills

  • The new redesigned Pay Bills flow allows you to view, filter, sort, manage, and record bill payments across multiple bills and multiple vendors with one click. This also includes support for multi-currency bill payments and the ability to create bulk batch payments (ABA files) allowing you to pay suppliers in one go. By creating a bulk payment file, you can upload this file into your online banking portal and pay your suppliers directly from your bank account.

3. Pay Bills

4. Pay Bills

5. Pay Bills

Finally some other nifty little improvements worth letting you know about

  • An improved data import process making it easier to import Customers, Suppliers and Accounts into QuickBooks Online (go to Company Settings > Tools > Import Data)

6. Import Customers

7. Import Customers.jpg

  • Download a sample Chart of Accounts file which you can edit and customise and then import and map directly into QuickBooks Online. 

9. Import Accounts

10. Import Accounts

  • Delete excluded transactions from your bank account by going to Banking > Excluded, select the transactions you wish to delete > Batch actions > Delete

11. Delete transactions

  • If you created a custom tax code (GST rate) by mistake you can now deactivate these by going to GST > Rates & Settings > Select the rate > Edit and select Make Inactive

12. Edit tax rates

 


 

Report an issue or suggestion

We love hearing from our customers and actively monitor and review the feedback we receive. If you want to leave feedback, you can do so by clicking the Gear icon in QuickBooks Online, and then click Feedback. This is the best way to get your ideas recorded and worked on! Learn more

Information may be abridged and therefore incomplete. This document/information does not constitute, and should not be considered a substitute for, legal or financial advice. Each financial situation is different, the advice provided is intended to be general. Please contact your financial or legal advisors for information specific to your situation.

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