We don't seem to manage to be listed as a practice on proadvisor director and we are not able to add a client to our practice dashbord we are out of the USA

Hello Community,

we have a practice and 2 clients in QBO:

1.  how can we add that clients to our practice clients list: when we try to add them they require us to add a new one and specify the payment mode yet they pay for themselves and one of them is the one who invited us in QBO (we've been using Xero) is there a way to link their existing accounts with our practice

2. How can we appear on proadvisors directory?: it seems like we are not able to be seen on the directory (and it seems the same for many neighboring countries) are we missing something.


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You are a bit lost on the internet; the QuickBooks Community is at this other link:

https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community

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