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How do we change what account types are imported into Expensify from QuickBooks?

roykroyk Expensify Customer Posts: 4 Expensify Newcomer

How do we change what account types are imported into Expensify from QuickBooks? I'd like to import Long-Term Liabilities as a category, as a few of our monthly expenses fall into this category and those expenses keep generating violations since I can't currently categorize them correctly.

I found this list of account types from QuickBooks and their purposes in Expensify from another thread, but don't have visibility on how to change their import settings:

Expense — Pull in as categories

Cost of Goods Sold — Pull in as categories

Other Current Assets — All detail types pull in as categories or Journal Entry export options

Bank — All detail types pull in as Debit Card and Check export options

Fixed Assets — All detail types pull in as categories

Other Assets — Do not import

Accounts Receivable — Do not import

Accounts Payable — Vendor Bill or Journal Entry export options

Credit Card — Credit Card export options

Other Current Liabilities — All detail types pull in as export options when exporting as a Journal Entry

Long-Term Liabilities — Do not import

Accumulated Adjustment — Do not import

Equity — Do not import

Income — Do not import

Other Income — Do not import

Other Expense — All detail types EXCEPT Exchange Gain or Loss import in as categories; Exchange Gain or Loss does not import

Thank you.

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