2015-07-01 00:00:00News and UpdatesEnglishhttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/uk_qrc/uploads/2017/01/V87-A-1.pnghttps://quickbooks.intuit.com/uk/resources/news-and-updates/quickbooks-update-june-2015/QuickBooks Update – June 2015

QuickBooks Update – June 2015

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It’s that time again. We’ve updated QuickBooks to provide some of the features and improvements that you have been asking for. This article explains the most recent changes that will help you to manage your books more efficiently. All these features are available to try right now.

Possibly the most interesting addition is a work-in-progress, or ‘beta’, version of a new invoice upload feature. You can now customise your invoice templates in great detail, then upload the results to QuickBooks. It’s not perfect yet, but we’re keen to hear your thoughts and comments. We’ve also made a few other changes based on your feedback.

What’s new?
The latest updates and new features
• Custom invoice template upload

Your opinion is important to us.
We’re continually working to improve QuickBooks based on the feedback that you give us.

• Sales form improvements
• Reference numbers in e-mail subject lines
• New VAT reverse charge code

What’s new?
Invoice template upload (beta, in QuickBooks Labs)
This month we have an exciting development for those that want more control of how invoices look (to continue with a layout that pre-dates use of QuickBooks, for example). We’re offering the chance to test out a new template upload feature that can provide considerably more flexibility than the existing online versions.

The upload feature gives you the option to create ‘offline’ Word documents that can be uploaded to QuickBooks as invoice templates. You’ll have greater freedom to define the layout and content of each template, to suit the needs of your business – the QuickBooks invoice shown below was created using this new function.


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We’re releasing this new option as a ‘beta’, which means it’s not final and we know that there’s still room for improvement. You might find things that don’t work as you’d expect or that you think could be improved, so we’d love to hear your thoughts. If you’d like to provide feedback, click the Company Cog on the QuickBooks home page, select ‘Feedback’ and submit your comments with the tag #InvoiceImport.

Since invoice upload is still a work in progress you won’t find it switched on by default. You can activate it in QuickBooks Labs, the area within QuickBooks where we experiment with interesting new ideas. Features that you switch on within Labs can be easily switched off if you’re not happy with them.
Company Cog > QuickBooks Labs > Import Style > On


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This video shows you how to download a template as a starting point, then how to get your updated design into QuickBooks. Why not log in and give it a try? Don’t forget to read the ‘how to’ document available for download with the sample invoice template files.

Your opinion is important to us

Customer feedback helps us decide what features to add to QuickBooks. Here are the changes we’ve made recently.

Sales form improvements

We know how important it can be to present your company in the way that you want, so in addition to working on the new invoice upload feature we’ve continued to improve the online sales form customisation options within QuickBooks.
Recent updates include the ability to resize your company logo, adjust logo placement on the page and change the position of the footer.
Log in to QuickBooks and try it now.

Reference numbers in e-mail subject lines

We recently introduced the ability to automatically include invoice numbers in the subject line when you e-mail invoices from QuickBooks.
We’ve now extended this feature to estimates, sales receipts and credit notes sent by e-mail. Reference numbers are included within square brackets in the default subject line setup (e.g. [Estimate No.]).
Company Cog -> Company Settings -> Sales -> Messages -> Estimate/Credit Note/Sales receipt -> Use standard message.

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New VAT reverse charge code

We’ve clarified and expanded the available VAT recharge codes in QuickBooks to make it clear which code should be used to purchase services such as online search advertising. Two 20 recharge codes are now available:

• 20.0% RC MPCCs: Reverse charge code for the purchase of mobile phones and computer chips
• 20.0% RC SG: Reverse charge code for the purchase of applicable services

You can access these codes through applicable forms such as bills and purchase orders.

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We hope you find the latest updates to QuickBooks useful. You can use the Feedback option from the Company Settings cog in QuickBooks to give us feedback on the features above, or any others.





Peter Yabsley is a Product Marketing Manager for Quickbooks Online. Follow him on Twitter or tweet @QuickBooksUK if you have specific questions about QuickBooks.

Information may be abridged and therefore incomplete. This document/information does not constitute, and should not be considered a substitute for, legal or financial advice. Each financial situation is different, the advice provided is intended to be general. Please contact your financial or legal advisors for information specific to your situation.

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