I want to use QB online, but fwiu there is no way to upload a file with JE.I've heard that there is a solution to download QB trial version on a desktop, leave it unregistered, and link it to qB online to upload JE.Anyone with experience with this, or at least can tell me if this even makes sense?
Ok, its definitely a thing per this - If you need a QuickBooks Desktop trial to export or import into QuickBooks Online, you can download it here.But I cant find anywhere basic instructions on how to set this up. Everything I google seems to be about importing all of existing company data into online from desktops. Not about a new file online and using a trial do import Journal entries going forward.Excuse me not posting in the QB thread.. I might repost this there
What are the cons of QB online?
One company per subscription.Vs desktop, one can create many company files.
I got that one. But as far as features and interface?
I haven't seen the online version in a while but IIRC you you don't have a ability to have multiple windows open at once and quickly jump between them.
IME data entry is much faster on desktopOne benefit of online is portability if you often need to access remotely you don't need Quickbooks installed (this can easily be solved by logging in to your computer by teamviewer etc. and use Quickbooks)
Have you tried the windows app for online?
Has anyone taken the QuickBooks online advanced ProAdvisor exams?
Not me.. but does it cost money?