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How to Map Quantities or Unit of Measure With Webgility Desktop

How to map quantities or units of measure with Webgility in QuickBooks Financials

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How to Map Quantities or Unit of Measure With Webgility Desktop

Selling things or partial amounts by weight, volume, or dimensions is possible with the use of the unit of measure, or UoM. According to your demands, QuickBooks Financials has built-in functionality that can be configured to work with particular unit types.

Become familiar with the features of QuickBooks UoM. here

Webgility integrates with UoM in two ways:

Depending on the UoM settings in QuickBooks, Webgility can map the UoM for items when using one of these versions of the accounting software:

  • QuickBooks Pro/Premier

  • QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions

  • QuickBooks POS

If you're using a different version of QuickBooks, you must use Webgility's settings to map the quantities for UoM using the steps below:

1. To set this up in Webgility you need to have your Single unit item in QuickBooks.

2. Make sure you have your variants set up as the quantity in packs on the online store.

In this case, there are 1lb, 2lb, 5lb, and 10lb bags.

3. In Webgility each of the variants should be mapped to a single item in QuickBooks.

Learn more about mapping, here.

4. Once the product is mapped go to Products and hover the mouse over the small triangle to see the popup menu and select Quantity/Weight.

5. In the pop-up, use the search feature to look for the online Store SKU.

6. Select the boxes in the left column next to the appropriate SKU numbers.

7. Then fill in the pack quantity for each.

8. Lastly, once you are done click Map Products in the lower left to save the mapping.

Below is an example of how the above order will look after posting to QuickBooks:

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