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It is very important that we be able to export employee's tasks into QB (for non-billable time) as a "Class" rather than a service item.1 vote
When I export my invoices to QBO, it exports it to the customer even if a job was associated to the invoice. Then I have to go into QBO and update it to reflect the job for it to show in projects. If the customer has paid the invoice before I export it, I then also have to go into the payment and assign it to the invoice. The payment I leave at the customer level because changing that makes a HUGE mess. Both the invoice and the payment should export to QBO as the job if one is indicated,…2 votes
Have the ability to do 2 way sync instead of having to check the option Clock Shark to QuickBooks Online or vice versa.2 votes
We would like for jobs to sync as projects in QuickBooks Online rather than as sub-customers.3 votes
Make it so OT hours in ClockShark come across in QuickBooks correctly as OT and not as regular hours.2 votes
Hey Kirby, thanks for sharing your feeback and idea with us.
I would love to support this enhancement for Canada. Unfortunately, this is not something that Intuit offers with their API at the moment. If that changes in the future, I know we will gladly support it.
Would be extremely helpful for us if we could map one of our custom fields in QuickBooks to the Job Number field in Clockshark5 votes
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I would love to see clockshark create subtask that roll up into task that will link to a QuickBooks service item.
Say you have 6 service items within QuickBooks that you use for invoicing. As this time only one task from clock shark will link to a service item in QuickBooks. So if i am performing several levels of billable task within a clock shark task those levels of task will not link to QuickBooks during a sync. I don't need several service items or even track several task within QuickBooks but i do need to be able to create a report from clock shark that breaks those task out into hourly formats.1 vote
Hey Burle, thanks for you sharing your feedback with us!
I’m a little confused about what you are wanting to accomplish. Right now ClockShark can integrate with either one service item or subitem. So if you have six service items in QuickBooks are you wanting to map this to six ClockShark tasks? That is definitely possible, just one task to one service item. We can’t do one ClockShark tasks to many different service items in QuickBooks.
when new job is added in QuickBooks have it also enable gofence in clock shark, so we don't have to manually do it
when adding a new job to QuickBooks and then it updates in to clock shark have it enable the gofence. This eliminates having to manually go in to enable it.9 votes
Thanks for the great suggestion! Let’s let folks vote with you on this idea, and our development team can look to add it to ClockShark in a future update if it gathers support. Of course, if you have any other suggestions or ideas, please just let me know @ email@example.com. :)
Add something like a symbol onto the timesheets for that week that tells you whether the timesheets for that week have been exported to QuickBooks. Currently unless you check QuickBooks there is no way of telling on Clocksharks if a timesheet has been exported or not.4 votes
Let’s let folks vote with you on this idea, and our development team can look to add it to ClockShark in a future update if it gathers support.
I have to manually change the work comp codes for each entry my employees make because they do not carry over to QuickBooks.1 vote
Thanks for the great suggestion! Let’s let folks vote with you on this idea, and our development team can look to add it to ClockShark in a future update if it gathers great support. Of course, if you have any other suggestions or ideas, please just let me know @ firstname.lastname@example.org. :)
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