Don’t waste any time having to sift through gardens of information. Make hopping onto QuickBooks Online easier with the multiple users function. As new customers and employees enter your business during this season of change, you can regulate the levels of access allowed to them by following a few simple steps. In no time, both you and your users will be able to experience a more refined version of QuickBooks Online that will better fit each person’s specific needs and allow them to flourish. Your employees probably don’t need access to every corner of QuickBooks Online. Here’s how to set limits. One of the best attributes of QuickBooks Online is that multiple users can access it without having software installed on their PCs. No more paying up front for a boxed copy that you’ll store on your hard drive. You just pay a monthly subscription fee. Unless you assign specific access rights to your users, though, they’ll be able to see and do everything that you see and do on the site. You undoubtedly trust your employees or you wouldn’t have hired them, but it’s just good business practice to restrict individuals to their specific work areas. You probably did the same thing if you ever ran a manual accounting system. QuickBooks Online makes this easy. Once you’ve set up individuals for a specific set of screen permissions, that’s all they’ll see when they log in with their user names and passwords. Here’s how it works.
Click the gear icon in the upper right of the QuickBooks Online screen, then select Manage Users under Your Company, then click New. This mini-interview will open.
As you can see, four access levels are supported. [….]