Sync Contacts with Quickbooks… for Free!

QuickBooks OnlineIt’s super easy to sync your clients between QuickBooks Online and Full Slate so you never again have to  manually enter contact info twice.  Bonus – now you can connect to QuickBooks Online for free (a little perk of being an Intuit company)!

If you were previously being charged a connection fee, we already removed this line item from your bill; you’ll no longer have to pay $5/mo to sync. But you may need to reconnect if you connected to QuickBooks before June 30, 2014.  We recently upgraded to the latest, greatest application programming interface (API), as the previous version is no longer supported.  All the old connections were removed, so we won’t be able to sync again until you re-authorize Full Slate to access your QuickBooks data – which is easy to do!

Whether you’re an old-timer or a new-comer, you can establish a connection by going to the new “QuickBooks Sync” tab under Setup.

Connect to QuickBooks

  1. Go to Setup > QuickBooks Sync and click the “Connect to QuickBooks” button.
  2. Enter your QuickBooks account credentials.
  3. Select the company you want to connect to and click Continue.
  4. Authorize Intuit to share your data with Full Slate.

Just the beginning of great things to come with QuickBooks Online…

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4 thoughts on “Sync Contacts with Quickbooks… for Free!

  1. Thank you Patrick. I want to know if you’ve partnered with Apple to make this an option for Mac users. I look forward to hearing of any progress. Thanks, Kim

    1. Hi Kim – You can sync your client contacts between Full Slate and QuickBooks Online on any computer, including a Mac. We don’t support, however, syncing between Full Slate and the desktop version of Quickbooks for Mac. If you have any further questions, please let us know.

    1. Hi Kevin – Full Slate is not currently integrated with Intuit Payments (kinda silly, huh?), but we’re planning to add this. We don’t yet have an estimated timeframe, but it’s on the short list. Please keep an eye on the blog for future updates. Thanks!

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