Our QuickBooks Online Bank Feeds integration makes it possible for your customers to connect bank accounts from your application to QuickBooks Online (QBO). Transactions from connected accounts are then available to view as bank feeds. By having visibility of bank feeds, your customers can more easily perform reconciliation of bank transactions against accounting entries.
With our integration, you can push your customers' bank transactions from connected accounts to Codat in a standardized format. These bank transactions are pushed from Codat to QBO and are available to view in the Transactions area.
Availability of our QBO Bank Feeds integration
Please contact your Account Manager or Account Executive if you're interested in using this integration.
Connecting to QuickBooks Online bank feeds through this integration is only supported for SMB users who are located in the US and Canada.
Bank feeds are represented as streams of Bank transactions pushed to Codat in chronological order.
You can perform the following tasks using the integration:
Create Companies to represent your SMB users.
Create data connections for those Companies.
connectionInfoobject, you specify the bank accounts that the SMB customer can choose to connect to QBO.
Send SMB users' bank feeds to Codat by pushing Bank transactions in chronological order.
Pushing historic and future bank feeds
Codat does not currently support pushing historic (backdated) or future (future-dated) bank feeds to QBO.
- See Set up the QuickBooks Online Bank Feeds integration to learn how to set up and enable the integration.
- Your SMB users must connect one or more bank accounts to QBO by using Link, Codat's authentication solution, to generate a one-time username and password for QBO authorization.
- You can then push bank transactions to Codat for connected accounts.
Bank transactions are automatically pushed from Codat to QBO on a daily basis. To view the latest bank transactions, SMB users can click Update in the Transactions area in QBO. This triggers an immediate push of bank transactions and overrides the daily schedule.
If an SMB customer turns off a bank feed for a connected account, you won't be able to push further bank transactions to that account.
We recommend you customize the appearance of the QBO Bank Feeds Link site to increase your SMB users' confidence when they're connecting their bank accounts to QBO.
You can upload your organization logo to Link on the Manage organization page of the Codat Portal.
You can also customize the colors and text used in the Link flow. For more information, see Set up your company branding.
To provide your SMB users with additional guidance, you can also add a custom callout to the QBO Bank Feeds Link site.
Updated 7 days ago