Feature Request: GoPayment integration with Zapier.

I would love to see GoPayment integrated with Zapier so that I can automate a workflow on zapier.com that is triggered when a new payment is received via the GoPayment mobile app.  Both Stripe and Square provide such integrations.  Who at Intuit could make this happen?

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Hello there, jzalesne,

Thank you for your interest in making GoPayment more convenient to use.

In QuickBooks, we consider the feature request from our customers. I’ll provide one to our Product Development Team to have this feature available to serve you better.

You can make a feature request directly to our Intuit Developers as well. Please follow these steps below:

  1. Visit this link: https://help.developer.intuit.com/s/.
  2. Log into the website.
  3. Select the Request Feature link.
  4. Click the Enter your idea box,then type in your request.
  5. Select a Category (optional).
  6. Describe your idea (optional) in the box provided.
  7. Enter your Email Address.
  8. Click the Post idea button.

Please don't hesitate to leave a comment below if you have other concerns about integrating GoPayment with Zapier. I'm just around if you need help.

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