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Set up and use the QuickBooks Time + ADP Run Chrome extension

Notes:

  • This Chrome extension is no longer available to add. To connect QuickBooks Time to your ADP Run account, use our full API integration option.
  • The following instructions are for accounts that already use the Chrome extension. However, we recommend getting set up with the full integration option.

Set up the extension

  1. Make sure that employee first and last names match exactly between QuickBooks Time and ADP RUN.
    • Note: Vendor time will not transfer. Vendors can be added as QuickBooks Time users, but their time will need to be manually entered into ADP.
  2. Make sure that QuickBooks Time PTO codes and ADP PTO worksheet names (not customized names) match exactly. To find the PTO worksheet names:
    worksheet name
    • In ADP RUN, go to Company, then select Earnings deductions. A list displays.
    • At the right of the PTO item(s), select Edit, and look for the worksheet name.
  3. Log out of ADP RUN.
  4. Go to: QuickBooks Time Extension for ADP RUN Payroll.
  5. Select Add to Chrome, then choose Add extension.
  6. Log in to ADP RUN.
  7. On the Welcome page, select Run payroll. At the top right of the Enter Payroll page, notice the Import Time button.
  8. From the drop-down, select Connect to QuickBooks Time.
  9. Sign into QuickBooks Time. ADP RUN and QuickBooks Time are now connected.

Import hours worked from QuickBooks Time

  1. Log in to ADP RUN, then select Run payroll.
  2. Select Import time. Employee hours appear in the table. (Note: If the payroll table is longer than one page, select the subsequent page numbers to import time onto each page.)
    click subsequent pages
  3. Optional:
    • Make edits directly within the table. (Note: If edits are made in ADP RUN, they will not show in QuickBooks Time.)
    • From the Import Time drop-down, select Clear Time to erase everything in the table.
    • In QuickBooks Time, edit the hours worked, and, in ADP RUN, select Import time again.
  4. Run payroll.

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