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Web Connector 3.0
What are the differences between the QuickBooks Web Connector 3.0 and previous versions?
Web connector 3.0 is easier to setup and has more features
Web Connector 3.0 Introduction and Information
This demo was recorded by our CEO Joseph Anderson, about the advantages and how to set it up
Setting up (and removing)
This demo was recorded by Nathan Bissell, a level II Support Technician with a live demonstation of how to set up, or remove the Web Connector 3.0
With web connector 3.0, you set-up the connection inside of QuickBooks. You click set-up, obtain an access token, and sync. With web connector 2.0, you obtain a pairing file that you download on our website. There are more set-up steps with web connector 2.0.
Sync more data
Web connector will fail to sync, if pulling orders takes longer than two minutes. The new web connector gives us five minutes to pull sales. The sync is reliable and faster with web connector 3.0. We recommend 3.0 for larger order volumes.
Sync multiple users on multiple machines with ease
With web connector 2.0, you need a new pairing file. You must start the pairing process all over again. Web connector 2.0 does not work well with multiple users on multiple machines.
With web connector 3.0, you can run a manual sync within Connex by clicking the manual sync button. This means you only need to pair Connex on one machine, regardless of number of users.
Easy to manual sync
With web connector 3.0, you can run a manual sync within Connex. Simply change the sync dates and click submit. With web connector 2.0, you must run the web connector. This is a problem, if if you have not paired on your machine or you lack access to the machine that paired it.