We use Zelle and Venmo to accept payments from customers. Please walk me through on how I can integrate Zelle and Venmo into a quickbooks invoice.

We would like a link attached to the invoice so the client can pay righ then. and it is recorded in quickbooks


Hello there, APD.

I want to make sure you’re getting the right support.

You may search for third-party applications that integrate well and provide seamless payments processing at the following link, since Zelle and Venmo aren’t currently supported by QuickBooks: Intuit QuickBooks App Center

On the other hand, you can add steps on where and how your customers can pay the invoice that you’ve sent. Here’s how:

  1. Go to Customers.
  2. Select Create Invoice button.
  3. Click the drop-down arrow in the Customer Message field.
  4. Select Add New.
  5. Type in where and how your customers can pay the invoice.
  6. Click Ok.

To manually record invoice payments, here’s how:

  1. Click Receive Payments.
  2. Select the customer’s name the Received From drop-down.
  3. Type in the Amount.
  4. Ensure the date is correct,
  5. Select the Payment method.
  6. Choose the Invoice(s) to be paid by putting a check mark next to the invoice.
  7. Set any discount or credit you want to apply to the invoices.
  8. Click Save & Close.

That should do it!

If you have follow-up questions about receiving payments from your customer, please feel free to leave a comment below. I’d be glad to help.

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