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Release Notes

Below are notable changes to for the Procore + QuickBooks® integration.

Recent Changes

Rollout of Export Subcontractor Invoices for QuickBooks is Complete (2/5/2019)

Procore has completed the rollout of a new feature for the Company level ERP Integrations tool. This feature lets your project users eliminate double-entry and save time by allowing invoices created in Procore's Commitments tool to be exported to your company's integrated QuickBooks system.  See Export Subcontractor Invoices from Procore to QuickBooks.

New Unlink Button for Commitments Synced with QuickBooks (2/5/2019)

When a commitment in a Procore project is synced with QuickBooks®, a link is created between the records stored in each system. Sometimes, users will inadvertently export a commitment from Procore and then discover that the commitment's data as exported was incorrect. When this occurs, the records in both systems will need to be deleted manually and then the correct information must be re-entered in Procore and exported to the integrated ERP system. See Unlink Commitments Synced with QuickBooks.

Admins Can Now Archive Standard Cost Codes on ERP-Integrated Projects (1/8/2019)  

Updated the Company level Admin tool to give Procore Administrators with the ability to archive Standard Cost Codes in Procore in order to prevent project users from adding those codes to a project. The archive action does not remove Standard Cost Codes from all lists.This update only affects users that have setup the ERP Integrations tool for Procore. 

All Changes

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