Thanks for posting to the Community, @andy56.
I suggest to log in to your bank's website to look for maintenance updates. If they change their URL, you need to disconnect your bank account from QuickBooks. Then, you can add it again, like a new bank account.
Let me show you how to disconnect your bank:
I'll add this article as your reference on how to review your opening balance and to check it with your bank statement: Fix beginning balance issues if you've reconciled the account in the past QuickBooks Online.
Please let me know if you need more assistance. I'm always here to help. Take care!
Thanks for your advice. I have followed it but I'm still not able to connect and/or pull down the transactions. I can use the same credentials to access the account directly with Barclaycard, so I'm content they are not the issue.
I've tried periodically to follow the process since I had the prompt that the connection was expiring on 20th Feb.
I spoke to the support team at Intuit and they asked that I retry after 20th Feb.
I spoke to Barclaycard who stated that its an issue with the link between Quickbooks and Barclaycard and was out of their control (3rd party software and all that).
If you are using the standard connection, this causes an issue. There will be a disconnection of standard connection, and the Open Banking will be introduced.
To make sure you're able to bring your bank transactions into QuickBooks Online. You can try to import a bank file directly to QBO through Web Connect as a workaround.
First, you’ll want to download the file from your bank’s website. Here are the steps:
Once done, you can upload the file to QBO. In your left navigation pane, go to Banking and select Upload transactions.
You can refer to this article for the detailed steps: Manually upload transactions into QuickBooks Online. It also has the information to categorize and match transactions.
Get back to me if you need anything else. I'll keep an eye on your response.