How do you interface Quickbooks Point of Sale with QuickBooks Online ?

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Welcome to the Intuit Community, hstancik

Currently, QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS) integration with QuickBooks Online (QBO) is unavailable. However, POS will work with a desktop version of QuickBooks.

POS easily syncs with QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT) which can save you time, effort, and errors. You can request a free trial by going to this link: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/point-of-sale/sync-quickbooks/.

This syncing or financial exchange is a process of sharing information between these two programs. It can be done anytime or as part of your end-of-day-procedure. This can significantly reduce your workload as it keeps you from entering the information twice. For more details about the integration of POS with QBDT, here’s the article: Financial Exchange Overview.

I'd also suggest submitting feedback to our Product Development Team about your request. By doing so, our engineers can check this out how you’d like to interface POS with QBO. It will help them implement this feature into future enhancements.

Here’s how to send your valuable feedback within your QBO account:

  1. Go to the Gear icon at the top.
  2. Select Feedback.
  3. Enter your comments or product suggestions, then click Next.
  4. Choose the appropriate category, then hit Send message.

To track your submitted feature requests, you can visit this link: QBO Feature Requests.

If there's anything else I can do to help, just let me know by leaving a comment below. Thanks for doing business with QuickBooks, hstancik!

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