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QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS) - ARCHIVED
How do I map the ship via or ship method field in QuickBooks?
QuickBooks has a drop down list called shipping method. By default, our tool maps no value. You can instruct Connex to map the shipping method.
What does the field look like?
Here is the field:
Instruct Connex to map the ship method:
- Login to Connex.
- Click manage.
- Expand advanced transaction.
- Check 'Enter shipping method in QuickBooks ship via field.'
- Click submit.
How do I change the method that appears?
In this example, we will say if the shipping method matches international, then map international to the ship via field. This will put the order's shipping method into a field called shipping description:
- Go the Connex rules engine.
- Click action and add new rule.
- This step is optional. Add this rule to map all shipping methods to shipping.
- Add this rule to map the ship via field:
If you chose to skip step three, then use shipping method as the field for step four.
What should come first, shipping method mappings or ship via mappings?
The ship via field is bound to the shipping method on the sale. If you add a rule that says map all shipping methods to shipping, then the ship via will also say shipping. The solution is to map the ship via method first and the methods at the end.
Here is an example using FedEx.
- Map Ship Via first.docx (100 KB)