Your questions answered
Our experts respond to the most commonly asked questions from MYOB Showcase
Import and export functionality has been significantly enhanced in the new MYOB Essentials. You can now import and export a chart of accounts, items, contacts and employees. Discover more information here.
Yes, all online modules offer helpful training content. We provide both self-paced learning and consulting services to meet the needs of all our Partners.
We’re currently building the functionality to add your OIP fees to invoices in the form of a surcharge that your customer will pay. We expect this to be available to AccountRight and Essentials customers later this year.
We’ll be gradually releasing new functionality as it becomes available. We already have some modules online such as corporate compliance and more will be coming each quarter.
We’re aiming to deliver multi-currency to General Journals with the upcoming new AccountRight 2020.3 release. Multi-currency is not yet available in the new MYOB Essentials for clients using the Jobs functionality. If you’re working with a multi-currency AccountRight client using the browser, you’ll only be able to create or edit transactions – including adding or editing a job to a transaction – in your local currency.
Yes, you can create a chart of accounts template that can be used across all of your clients. The easiest way to do this is by creating a CSV or TXT file containing your chart template that can be imported each time you create a new business. Discover more information here.
There have been significant regulatory changes this period from both the Government and the ATO. This means we’ll be delivering more service packs for the rest of 2020 to keep you up-to-date.