It's good hearing from you again. No worries, I'll give you a hand with connecting your bank account.
Online Banking (also known as Bank Feeds) is one of QuickBooks Online’s most helpful and time-saving features. If you connect an account, QuickBooks automatically downloads and categorizes your bank and credit card transactions for you. Then all you have to do is approve the work. You get an up-to-date view of your sales and expenses with virtually no data entry required.
Since Transferwise isn't supported with QuickBooks, you're more than welcome to request support from your bank by clicking the Banking tab on your left navigation menu and searching for your bank name. Once you search for your bank name, you'll see a button which says Request support for your bank. Here's a screenshot for visual reference:
Otherwise, if you have a supported bank which you'd like to connect, follow the steps below:
Connect a bank or credit card account
Connect bank and credit card (including PayPal) accounts you use for your business.
You can connect as many accounts as you need. Feel free to connect accounts you use for both business and personal purchases, but you'll need to sort your personal expenses as you go.
To get started, you'll need to go to the Banking tab from your left navigation menu.
If you're new to QuickBooks Online or don't see the option you need in the ▼ drop-down menu, select + Add New to create a new account on your Chart of Accounts.
For more information on connecting your bank in QuickBooks, check out this helpful article: Connect bank and credit card accounts to QuickBooks Online. Let me know if you need help with this. I'll be on standby. :)