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Sep 25, 2020

Partner Summary Page Now Available

A2X Partners - Summary page designed for accountants and bookkeepers who have multiple clients We have just made managing your A2X accounts a little easier. Check out the new partner summary page which will display all your A2X accounts, how many Amazon, Shopify and Walmart accounts you have, price plan summary, order volumes and much more. To be able to view your summary page simply contact partners@a2xaccounting.com FIND OUT MORE To learn more about the partner summary page see our support article: Partner Summary Page Overview


Aug 12, 2020

A2X now supports Sign in with Intuit

QuickBooks users can now sign-in to A2X using their Intuit account If you have an Intuit account and use it to access QuickBooks, you can now use the same login for accessing your A2X account. If you use the same email address, A2X will offer to switch your login option when you sign in. FIND OUT MORE To learn more about Sign in with Intuit see our support article Using ‘Sign in with Intuit’ with A2X


Aug 12, 2020

Add Support for Amazon.sg and Amazon.ae

New Amazon markets added to A2X: Amazon.sg and Amazon.ae In this release we have added support for two new Amazon marketplaces: Amazon.sg for Singapore and Amazon.ae for UAE. If you sell on these marketplaces you can connect your Amazon seller account and the marketplace settlements will import automatically. About the Marketplaces Amazon.sg is denominated in SGD currency and located in Amazon’s Asia region. Amazon.ae is denominated in AED currency and is located in Amazon’s EU region.


Aug 12, 2020

Improvements to Two Types of Shopify Transaction Descriptions

In this release, we have made improvements to the transaction descriptions for two types of Shopify transactions: CurrencyConversionRounding - This is the amount of minor rounding that is sometimes applied in Shopify for orders where the customer is paying in a different currency. DiscountTax - This is the amount of tax reduced due to discounts. What does this mean for customers with these new transaction types?


Feb 17, 2020

Easier handling of Gift Card Liabilities

Purchases of Shopify Gift Cards will now be reported separately from Product Sales so that they can easily be credited to a Liability account KEY CHANGES All gift Card Sales and usage will now be grouped on the Accounts and Taxes page in the ‘Gift Card Liabilities’ section. A new Line Item ‘GiftCardLiability’ replaces ‘ProductSalesNotTaxed - Gift Card’ A2X will recommend or create by default a Xero and QuickBooks Liability Account to account for purchases of Gift Cards and Payments from Gift Cards.