Hi - I'm trying to import a journal with classes. I have the format of the csv file correct but when I get to the import stage in QBO it only shows some import headers even though they are in the csv file. It doesn't show a header for classes even though this header is in the csv file. Where am I going wrong?
Hello John, We just need to confirm a few things. That you have classes turned on in Quickbooks, have you formatted the columns at all in the CSV? Are there any extra unneeded columns in the CSV? Can you try formatting the column that does not show, making sure it's named the same and that any extra columns are removed? Let us know if that works for you. If not we can investigate what's happening.
Hi Emma - Yes classes is turned on. I haven't formatted any columns in the csv file. Some columns are not used eg name and location but they are still in the csv file. I've tried the import with the test drive version of QBO and it sees all the csv headers so I don't understand why I can't see the headers in my version of QBO
Thank you for following up, John290.
I'd like to help and share what I know about importing journal entries in QuickBooks Online.
To ensure a smooth import, you might wanna to turn off account numbers before you begin importing journal entries. You can easily turn it back on once you successfully import those entries.
Make sure everything is correct in your spreadsheet before you begin importing journal entries. Also, If your spreadsheet has new accounts, be sure to add them first on your chart of accounts.
Below are following information (at least) that must be included in the file:
Once you've make sure everything is in place, you can start importing your journal entries.
You can also go back to the Download page to select Download a sample file if you need help formatting your journal entries.
After that, you can check and edit the journal entries using the search function: How to search for transactions in QuickBooks Online.
Just let me know if you still have other questions about journal entries. I'll be happy to help. Have nice week!
I'm trying to import a journal file (CSV) with 140 entries attributed to subcustomers of a customer, but the file returns errors on all alines saying there's no known contact. I have verified that Ican however, enter an entry manually without any issue with the exact same name, ie: JONES FAMILY: Jessica. What's the issue?
Hello there, @HPCI. We greatly value your participation in the Community. I appreciate your efforts in taking the time of finding solutions to import a journal file (CSV) in QuickBooks Online.
I understand how challenging it is for you when unexpected behavior prevents you from finishing tasks on time. I'd like to know if you've already followed the steps outlined above by my colleague. If not, I suggest doing so.
If the issue persists despite your troubleshooting efforts, I advise getting in touch with our QuickBooks Online Live Support Team. They have the appropriate tools and a safe environment to look into it further and may create a case if necessary.
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