Our MYOB and WooCommerce plugin version 2.4 has recently released. We want to provide our customers with an easier way to create products, customers, and invoices inside of MYOB. With your feedback, we are able to accommodate your needs and improve our plugin/s for smoother business operations every update. This means you can now…
- Prevent MYOB invoice and order creation issues and manually sync an order/invoice from WooCommerce to MYOB.
- Ability to add a default MYOB tax code to send to MYOB when a WooCommerce product’s tax class is not recognised by our plugin. select a default tax code to apply to line items if a line item has a WooCommerce tax we can’t interpret.
- Have displayed error messages in attempt to perform integration actions e.g. syncing orders, loading accounts to help assist in syncing plugin.
- Error 400 resolved.
Here is a deeper look into our MYOB x WooCommerce plugin version 2.4:
MYOB Manual Order Sync and Tax Code Addition
To prevent MYOB invoice and order creation issues by ensuring that a valid MYOB tax code is applied to each line item. This is done by adding a dropdown for users so they can select a default tax code to apply to line items if a line item has a WC tax class we can’t interpret. Also included is an indexing change to account for a recent MYOB update adding a new tax code.
Allow you to select a failed order and manually resync it with MYOB.
Here is an example of where you might use it:
Confirm that failed WooCommerce order is not in MYOB. Select that failed WooCommerce order then go to Order actions and select Resync order to MYOB. Check that the order has now appeared in AccountRight.
Displayed Error Messages
To display error messages to customers when they attempt to perform integration actions (e.g. syncing orders, loading accounts) with MYOB without being authenticated with MYOB.
Currently, our plugins support the ‘Standard’ tax class and the ‘Zero rate’ tax class, which map to MYOB’s GST and FRE tax codes respectively. If a product has a tax class other than these supported ones, invoices and orders will fail to be created as they are not mapped to any valid MYOB tax codes.
Hence, there’s a need for a default tax code to send to MYOB when a product’s tax class is unrecognised.