How To Use QuickBooks Classes in Knowify

If you use Classes in QuickBooks and would like them to use them when pushing transactions from Knowify, you can map a Class to each job in Knowify’s QuickBooks module. First, you’ll want to go to your QuickBooks module under “Job Defaults”:

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You’ll see that there is a list of your jobs below, and the ability to set a class to each one. For this example, we’ll use the example “Brian’s Boats” and set the “Commercial” Class to it:

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This way, when you create Expenses, Bills, or Invoices against this job in Knowify, it will use the “Commercial” tag when syncing with QuickBooks. 

Knowify Invoice:

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Invoice Synced to QuickBooks:

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Bill Logged in Knowify:

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Bill Synced to QuickBooks:

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If you have more questions on how this works, please reach out to support@knowify.com and our team will be happy to help.