Where is the link to have Quickbooks Enterprise 19 sync with TSheets?

I'm wanting to use TSheets to track time in the field and then import into QBE 19.  Where is the link in QBE 19 to sync?  The training webinar says it's in the FILE drop down menu, but there's nothing there.  What changed from QB16 to 19?

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Hello jherman!

Thanks for your interest in syncing TSheets with QuickBooks Enterprise 19.

To make sure you get TSheets and QBE 19 set up and synced properly, please get in touch with the TSheets team. They'll be able to guide you through the process and ensure everything is as it should be so you can start using TSheets with your QuickBooks. That team can be reached at 1-888-836-2720 from Monday to Friday, 8 a.m to 10 p.m. ET. You can also take a look at TSheets' other support options here: https://desktop.apps.com/apps/128652/tsheets-time-tracking#!support. Be sure to mention you're a Canadian user and what version of QuickBooks Enterprise you're using.

Let me know if you need anything else. Best of luck!

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