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Smart Insights in performance center for QuickBooks Online Advanced
In a nutshell: Starting now, you can spot key insights without having to crunch the numbers. Located in the QuickBooks® Online Advanced performance center, the new Smart Insights section analyzes KPI trends and highlights what’s driving them in a prominent place on your dashboard. You can also get alerts on critical KPIs, including revenue, gross profit, and expenses.
Learn how to set up Projects in QuickBooks Online. QuickBooks Projects intuitively tracks income, expenses and labor costs. Get a clear picture of your projects and project profitability all in one place.
Tags is slowly being released to QBO users during March 2020, if you don’t see it, hang on tight, it will come sooner or later!
As expected at any software vendor conference, Intuit unveiled several improvements that are now or will be available soon in QuickBooks Online, Mobile and Accountant products.
Cash-flow is the life blood of every business, especially small and start-up businesses. Managing their cash-flow properly can make the difference between success and failure, especially in those early years.
In this episode, talked about:
– Google Sheets Integration (QBO Advanced)
– Workflow Automation (QBO Advanced)
– Batch Enter Invoices, Expenses, and Checks (QBO Advanced)
– Business Performance Dashboard (QuickBooks Online Accountant)
– Preview of new features coming in next couple of months announced at QuickBooks Connect conference in San Jose, CA Nov. 2019
7 great new features added in October 2019. Check them out!
Here are the latest apps to help you save time and money.
One of the latest innovations in QuickBooks Online is the ability to send invoices to clients using your company’s gmail account instead of using QuickBooks’s internal email system
Mileage Tracker coming to QuickBooks Online
Performance enhancements to QuickBooks Online reports
What’s new in August
Employee health benefits through QuickBooks Payroll
Redesigned invoice template in QuickBooks Online
July’s no time for breaking a sweat at work. After all, the scorching temps and thousand-percent humidity have already drenched enough of your button-ups.
While we can’t do anything about the weather (according to legal anyway), we can help reduce your workflow to keep you feeling fresh during summer’s doggiest days.
This month’s QuickBooks® Online updates include automated and streamlined features that help you boost productivity by working smarter, not longer.
Newly added, updated or enhanced features or functionality made to QuickBooks Online during the past Quarter.
Newly added, updated or enhanced features or functionality made to QuickBooks Online-Accountant during the past Quarter.
The brand-new QuickBooks Online and TSheets Auto-Sync feature, will help save accountants, bookkeepers, and CPAs hours of stress.
Assign preferred Vendor/Supplier to the Products and Services List. Assign default Class codes to the Products and Services List. Quantity on Purchase Order (PO) column added to the Products and Services Page…..
QuickBooks Online is introducing Progress Invoicing which is still in “beta test” mode as of writing this blog article in February 2018. That means there could still be significant changes until they wrap up the beta test. Progress Invoicing feature allows you to invoicing a client incrementally for the percentage (or fixed dollar amount) that has been completed of the work due or agreed upon the contract. This could be considered a type of partial invoicing or a type of installment invoicing to your clients.
Intuit is introducing QuickBooks Online Price Rules, a more advanced way of setting product pricing. Price rules allow you to specify an alternate price in an invoice based on factors like date range, customer type, product/service type, or a specific list of items and/or customers…