QuickBooks 2022 R3 Released

| December 2, 2021

Intuit has released QuickBooks 2022 R3, the first bug release update of the new product. I always recommend that you avoid using an R1 release, because we know that they are already working to fix bugs when they first release a new product year. So here we are, a very short list of changes this time, really only one bug fix along with some changes that have been introduced in other product years of QuickBooks recently. A surprisingly short list of bug fixes…

This update should be available via automatic updates. You can also go to the QuickBooks Update site to download the patch.

Should you get this update? Well, if you are using QuickBooks 2022 R1, you definitely SHOULD. But, if you are using an older version of QuickBooks, I generally suggest that you wait a bit longer before you jump into the 2022 version. I don’t know of any problems, but this is a very new product and you don’t want to experiment with your company accounting process. Besides, we are getting close to most people’s year-end, why mess around with something that works at this critical time?

Changes in QuickBooks 2022 R3

  • A small bug fix – if your company file doesn’t have a company name, now QuickBooks will prompt you to add one when you open your company file.
  • When you sign in to your Intuit Account, the sign-in screens no longer use Microsoft Internet Explorer. You will also see some prompts that “explain the value of an Intuit account”.
  • As I mentioned in an earlier article, QuickBooks 2022 includes QuickBooks Bill Pay powered by Melio. In this release you can pay bills directly from the Vendor Information window. Non admin users need accounts payable and banking permissions to use the service.
  • This release introduces notification of credit card expiration dates.
  • This release implements an audit trail for approval transactions for the new Accounts Payable approval workflow that was introduced with QuickBooks Enterprise V22
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Charlie Russell is the founder of CCRSoftware. He’s been involved with the small business software industry since the mid 70’s, focusing on inventory and accounting software for small businesses. Charlie is a Certified Advanced QuickBooks ProAdvisor.

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