Hello accounts297 👋 Thanks for reaching to the Community. I can only imagine the frustrations, Have you tried any troubleshooting steps to see if this will resolve your issue? You could clear cache and cookies and try the re-connection again, You could also try a different Browser, If you could try the troubleshooting steps let me know how you get on. Thanks.
Seriously Quickbooks stop with the troubleshooting steps, they don't work.
You know this is a problem that you have not found a fix for. Just be transparent and save everyone a lot of time.
Good day to all,
I'm here to let you know what happened why we're experiencing issues with Barclays.
There some changes and improvements that will be added to the security and connection between Barclays and QuickBooks Online. That's why we're temporarily unable to use the direct banking connection. If you can see a banner in the Banking tab about Barclays, we can click on it to re-authenticate the connection.
While our engineers are doing the updates, we can still bring in the transaction by using the web connect. What we need to do is to log in to your Barclays account and get a file that contains all the transactions for a specific period. You can use either the Comma-Separated Values (CSV) or QuickBooks Online (QBO) file format. Then, we'll have to import it to your account.
I have here the articles that will help us in uploading the transactions:
Please comment again if you need anything else. Have a great day!
I have the same problem,
I've tried in an incognito window,it goes through its thing and then says connected,but my banking page still wont download the transactions. I've done the csv import but would like the automatic connection. Natwest worked fine for the re authentication.
Hi there, chowumba.
Thank you for joining the thread, @Rifkin.
Once your bank account is supported under the open banking regulations, you can connect your accounts and credit cards for a complete, real-time view of all your finances and cash flow.
For the list of accounts available for an online connection with QuickBooks, you can check out this link. From there, look for your bank account. If it has an Available Now label under Actions, then you should be able to connect your bank with no errors.
If not, no worries, you can still import your bank transactions to QuickBooks manually. For the detailed instructions, you can follow the instructions from this article: Manually upload transactions into QuickBooks Online.
Once transactions are in QuickBooks, you can match and categorise to put them in the correct accounts.
If you have any other QuickBooks or banking questions. Let me know b adding a comment below. I'm always here to help. Have a good day!
I am a new user and cannot link my Barclays account. I get the error message "Bad Request your browser sent a message this server couldn't understand." I think that there is a message at the top that mentions error 502. Is this a Barclays message or a Quickbooks one?
I'll be happy to get your browser working again.
Error 502 Bad Gateway is usually an issue with the browser itself. When you are encountering browser issues when visiting Intuit sites. There are a few basic troubleshooting steps you can perform. Before following the steps below, try using a different browser to identify if the issue is browser-specific.
General browser troubleshooting steps
For more steps, click here.
Please let me know if you're able to get your browser working again properly, I'm always just a post away.