Learn how to manage your sales orders and backorders in QuickBooks Commerce.
Managing sales orders from different sources can sometimes be challenging. In QuickBooks Commerce, you can integrate your eCommerce channels, so sales orders automatically flow into QuickBooks. This way, it can act as a central hub for your business, making it easier for you to review and make changes to your sales order.
Manage sales orders
When managing sales orders, the orders table is where you can see the details of all the sales orders from your channels. To add or remove columns, select the Gear menu, then select or uncheck the columns respectively. If you want to change the column arrangement, simply drag the column either left or right.
Note: If you want to check the sync settings between your eCommerce channel and QuickBooks Commerce, go to the Integrated Apps section, then select a channel. From the dashboard, you’ll see the current settings and can make changes if necessary.
After enabling the backorder feature, you can create a purchase order from a sales order. This is extremely useful when you take pre-order or sell past zero on your digital sales channel.
Note: Before you start creating backorders, make sure all products have a vendor added to their product details and all vendors have a default price list assigned.