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FreshBooks + Shopify = A Perfect Match
Simply, connect your Shopify store and FreshBooks account to pull your existing order history into FreshBooks. Upon syncing, you have three options to customize how your order history will be migrated into FreshBooks.
Sync all Shopify orders to one new client in FreshBooks: “COMPANY-NAME”.
Automatically create a client in FreshBooks named “COMPANY-NAME” and save all orders to that client profile.
Sync all Shopify orders to an existing FreshBooks client
Consolidate all Shopify customers and orders under an existing client in your FreshBooks.
Select that client
Create a new FreshBooks client for each Shopify customer
When importing orders into FreshBooks create a new client for each Shopify customer with an order.
NOTE: Choosing this option may create more clients than your current FreshBooks plan offers. As a result, you may need to upgrade your FreshBooks subscription.
The integration will manage Shopify orders based on three objects, Items, Invoices and Payments in FreshBooks.
When a Shopify order is sent to FreshBooks, the integration will associate an order with a FreshBooks client (based on which of the 3 above options you select). An invoice will be created along with the items sold from the Shopify order. The invoice will then have the payment applied to the invoice.
The Shopify inventory will be considered the source-of-truth for all inventory management since it is the place where the inventory levels are managed and changed. FreshBooks then receives that information and updates it as required.
You can manually or automatically sync this data based on the preferences you define as you setup your accounts.
External charges may apply. These charges are billed by the external provider and won’t appear on your Shopify invoice.
Most recent reviews
Roasted Ott Coffee
Syncs my orders, but for the wrong amounts. Doesn't apply any discounts or taxes, just the amount listed as the product prices.
I don't know what the other guys are saying its not working, but freshbook is working fine with my store and is working as intended!
As others have said, this just doesn't work. I installed and tried to do the initial sync and it failed right away. The whole idea of this app also needs a re-think. It seems that invoices are (supposed to be) created for each Shopify sale. But Freshbooks has, for nearly 9 months now, a section for logging 'other income". One of the examples they use for "other income" is SHOPIFY! And yet their own Shopify integration doesn't actually add the sales to that section. It's bonkers. I guess I will use Zapier? At least with that, you can actually send the Shopify sales to the Other Income section in your Freshbooks account. But it's a pretty poor state of affairs to have to resort to a 3rd party app when Freshbooks is advertising Shopify integration as a selling point.