We have 3 users going to different shows on same day. How do we separate transactions by user/card reader? All sales go in 1 merchant acct. We need to know sales by show

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Hello there, rockofageswinery,

I can help you track per user sales in QuickBooks GoPayment.

Currently, the system tracks individual user sales only in the GoPayment Exported Sales Tax report. You can view it from within your account using the GoPayment app as a workaround:

  1. Log in to the GoPayment App.
  2. If you're an Android user, go to Settings, then turn Memo to Self On.
  3. Enter the GoPayment User's Name/Employee ID.
  4. Log into the Merchant Service Center.
  5. Select Activity and Reports, then choose Transactions from the blue drop-down bar.
  6. Enter the date range.
  7. Click Search.
  8. In the Memo to Self section, you will see the recorded information entered.

For the detailed steps and information, you can check out this article: Track GoPayment User sales in the Merchant Service Center (MSC).

Please know that I'm just around if you need further assistance about sales transactions by leaving a comment below.

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