How to make auto-markup work on imported expenses

I use QBO Plus. In my company settings auto markup is on and set to 20%. It works fine if I enter an expense directly in QBO. However, I use the integrated app ZoHo Expense to import all credit card transactions with the receipt and coding including, Account, Customer, Billable, Property. Everything is imported perfectly. But, the imported expenses do not have the markup. How can I make the auto markup happen on imported expenses?

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Hi there catherine,

I'm here to direct you to the right support.

Since ZoHo Expense is third-party application, I recommend giving their technical team a call. They have the right expertise and resources to help you check if there's a way to automatically markup the imported expenses.

Let me know if there's anything else you need while working in QuickBooks Onlne. I'm happy to help. Have a great day.

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