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How to re-consent your bank feed connection in QuickBooks Online

SOLVEDby QuickBooks562Updated January 29, 2024

If you have linked your bank account to QuickBooks Online via Open Banking, you may have noticed that you need to occasionally update your bank connection. This is because of the Open Banking standard, which requires you to reconfirm your consent every 90 days.

Don't worry—it's easy to do, and we'll show you how in this article. We'll also show you how to view and manage your past consents, so you can keep track of everything.

Let's get started!

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  1. Go to Bookkeeping, and then Transactions.
    You may see Transactions and then Banking.
  2. Select the ▼dropdown arrow next to Link Accounts.
  3. Select Manage connections.
  4. Next to the bank that you need to reconfirm consent for, select the More ⋮ icon.
  5. Select Manage consent.
  6. When you're ready, select Reconfirm.
  7. Select OK to confirm.

That's it! You have successfully reconfirmed the connection between your bank account and QuickBooks Online.

To see a history of all your past consents, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Bookkeeping, and then Transactions.
  2. Select the ▼dropdown arrow next to Link Accounts.
  3. Select Manage connections.
  4. Select Your past and duplicate consents.

To withdraw consent:

  1. Go to Bookkeeping, and then Transactions.
  2. Select the ▼dropdown arrow next to Link Accounts.
  3. Select Manage connections.
  4. Next the bank you want to withdraw consent for, select the More ⋮ icon.
  5. Select Manage consent.
  6. Select Withdraw.
  7. Select Withdraw consent to confirm. 
  8. Select Done.

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