If I want to set up proconnect to look into QuickBooks Online can I not use my same user ID and password for ProSeries?

I am currently a ProSeries client who wants to look into purchasing QuickBooks on line. I have tried signing in for this but it won't accept my user ID for ProSeries as it says already in use. Are there 2 different sign ins one for ProSeries and one for QuickBooks online?


Did you try this username setup as the QB Accountant portal access, or are you trying to set yourself up as a regular QB "user" where you need to have a subscription for that FEIN, which allows you to log into that one business' accounting only.

The QB Accountant Portal: https://c1.qbo.intuit.com/c1/v1511.363/0/login?&accountant-sign-in=

Please see the image I attached, and that is the top right once I am logged in.

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