How can I set a "Does not match" condition in the approval matrix?

How can I set a "Does not match" condition in the approval matrix?

In the approval matrix, you can specify rules that determine which Approver will be selected for each particular Bill / Purchase Order. Conditions are set based on the master data received from QuickBooks Online: Vendors, Classes, Locations, etc.

Although positive rules are set by default, there is a way to add not only positive but also negative rules.

This is how you add a negative rule:
  • Navigate to the main menu in the upper left-hand corner  and open your Organisation's approval workflows:

  • Click on the respective Purchase Order or Bill Approval workflow and open its approval matrix .
  • Click on the   button next to the field you want to set.
  • In the drop-down menu, select "Does not match".
  • Save your changes by clicking on "DONE".




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