Import from ShipStation into QuickBooks Self-Employed?

INFO:
Signed up for QuickBooks Self-Employed that is integrated with my Etsy shop. I use ShipStation for shipping orders (labels & postage). As of April 2018, I switched from Etsy for printing labels to ShipStation.

PROBLEM:
I went into ShipStation because they have the QuickBooks integration. So I click the 'Connect to QuickBooks' button and it takes me to the QuickBooks website. This is the message I get: "To continue, you need to have a QuickBooks Online subscription." Problem is - I already have a subscription to QuickBooks Self-Employed. All I want to do is integrate my ShipStation shipping account with QuickBooks Self-Employed so that those expenses are included. Why is it asking me to subscribe when I already have a subscription? Am I not able to sync ShipStation with Self-Employed?




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Answer

Thank you for the detailed information, Amy.

QuickBooks Self-Employed integration with ShipStation is unavailable. That's why you're prompted to subscribe to QuickBooks Online. You might want to check QuickBooks Online, it's one of the QuickBooks products used to manage sales and expenses and keep track of your daily transactions.

You can check out https://apps.intuit.com/app/apps/home to check if you can also integrate Etsy in QuickBooks Online.

Let me know if you have additional questions.

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