Quickbooks Online - Example Invoice

Here is an example of an invoice created within Quickbooks Online

This is an example order of how an invoice will look like within Quickbooks Online. The information you see below is what will be submitted and these fields cannot be customized at this time. 

For more information on how to integrate, please reference this guide:

 

Invoice:

Order_SC

RED - SellerActive Order ID

GREEN - Customer information as imported from the Sales channel

BLUE - Ordered SKU and quantity

ORANGE - Shipping (if ShippingLineItem is added within your Quickbooks account as a Service).  

 

Frequently asked questions:

How can I allow for Shipping prices to be added from SellerActive to Quickbooks?

In order to have shipping prices reach Quickbooks, you will need to create a new product/service within your Quickbooks account. This is very easy to do, and you will want to name the service specifically "ShippingLineItem"

ShippingLineItem

How can I have the state tax appear on my orders?

SellerActive does not actually send taxes from our platform but instead Quickbooks itself calculates the tax. The address that we send with the order details will calculate the tax IF you have your tax option established within Quickbooks. On the left hand side you should be able to see a "Tax" area. 

  • If you just opened your Quickbooks account for the first time, the Tax information may not be filled out at all. We do advise your Tax rules being established prior to turning on the integration. 
  • We can re-send your orders to Quickbooks if needed, just reach out to our Support Team to prompt that new request. 

    Where can I see the Site Order ID for each specific sales channel?

    At this time SellerActive does not send the Site Order ID to Quickbooks Online. You can reference SellerActive or a direct export from the sales channel for the specific Site Order ID.