Can I import spreadsheet data?

pos system credit card transactions spreadsheet data


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Hello there, bradsteele135.

I'm here to share some information about importing Point of Sale (POS) transactions into QuickBooks Online (QBO).

Importing POS transactions directly into QBO is currently unavailable. There are apps that can help with importing these transactions into QBO.

You can visit this link for your reference: Once the app you're looking for is available and decided to use it, you can contact the provider directly to help you with the setup.

While there isn't a direct way of importing POS transactions into QBO, I'd encourage sending feedback to our Product Development Team.

Let me show you how:

  1. Click on the Gear icon.
  2. Choose Feedback.
  3. Enter your request/product suggestion and then click on Next.
  4. Click on Skip and send message.
  5. Select Feedback as the Category.

You can make sure any suggestions you have reach our developers, as we often roll out updates to improve our users' experiences. 

Thanks for visiting the QuickBooks Community. I'm always here if you have any other concerns. Have a great day.

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