Hi, what setting do I have to change to allow a reporting tool (Speedbooks) to log in and export data? I am able to connect, but somehow I donot get access to the data.


Good day, stef,

I'll help you get this sorted out so you can export data from QuickBooks to Speedbooks.

Anyone is able to create an app to work with QuickBooks since we have an open platform. Due to a large number of apps, we only support those that have been developed in collaboration with Intuit.

Apps like Speedbooks have been independently developed to work with QBO and it's not endorsed or supported by Intuit. All questions need to be directed to the developers of the app.

You can contact the Speedbooks app developers for further assistance on how to access the data exported from QuickBooks.

Please stay in touch with us if you have further questions about QuickBooks. I’ll be happy to help.

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