Hi there, cubascookin.adm.
QuickBooks Online International version doesn't have an option to import transactions. Here are the data that can be imported into QuickBooks Online.
On the other hand, if you’d like to use a third party app to handle the importing transaction, we don't have any specific programs that we can recommend here. However, I wanted to point you to our App Center. This is where you can find all the third party applications that are sure to work with QuickBooks Online. There are a lot of different options in there, so you may find one that works for you.
Check out this page that has all our supported apps: QuickBooks Apps.
You may also send your feedback and product suggestion by going to the gear icon then select feedback. We have a product release every month and most of the enhancements come from the customer's feedback.
Feel free to visit us again if there's anything else you'd like to share, or if you need help with QuickBooks Online. Have a great day!
There is something very interesting in this reply. Quickbooks customers in the US want to import expenses, but apparently Intuit does not think that customers outside the US would like to have the same?
The USD 22.50 plan of Quickbooks in the US is exactly what I am paying outside the US in local currency. Why should I get less value for my money?
Thanks for joining in this thread, @MediPaper. I can share additional insights about importing expenses to Quickbooks Online International version.
You can upload expenses from your online banking account in a CSV (comma-separated values). Here's how:
Once done, reformat the file correctly. Here's an article to guide you with this process: Import bank transactions using Excel CSV files.
For future reference, read through this article: Common errors for importing bank transactions using CSV. It helps you learn about mapping and formatting your file to avoid any errors when importing them.
Get back to me here in the Community should you have additional questions, @MediPaper. I'm always around here to guide.
Thanks for getting back here, MediPaper.
I'd like to clarify some information. When it comes to importing transactions in QuickBooks Online, there is not much of a difference between the US and the international version.
You can check out these articles for reference:
Also, the third-party application suggested by Fiat Lux - ASIA, is an option if you don't want to import your data using Excel.
For any follow-up questions or other concerns, please let me know by clicking the Reply button below. I'll be around to help you out some more.
Most Important things in QuickBooks are import, export, and delete that you have to use for your data. Import and export data when required, and delete useless data to or from your QuickBooks account. So you can use Dancing Numbers importer, exporter, and deleted to process all these 3 services automatically to save your time.
The data that on which you can apply these services are:
Lists:- Chart of Accounts, Journal Entry, Class Discount Item, Employee location, Multi-Currency, Group Item, etc.
Transactions:- Vendor, Employee, Banking, Customer, etc
Other things:- Vehicle Mileage, Inventory Adjustment, Inventory Transfer, etc.
You may try the Dancing Numbers Importer free trial for import expenses into quickbooks online.