Parent Booster USA would also like to be able to have an invoice for membership and another for other transactions. As it is, our invoice template is so full of membership-related information that when we use it for other things, e.g., to collect pre-paid filing fees, members get confused and think we're billing them again for their membership.
A question to supporters: is that important to have in QB all order lines of invoices from WA, or it is enough to merge them all to a single line with total sum?
Actually, I don't find it to be particularly clear. But I think the bottom line for Parent Booster USA is that we're a small organization that can't conceivably afford the overhead investment required to set up QuciBooks and Wild Apricot so that they can exchange data. Particularly since that data is going to require significant manual manipulation ("Imported IIF files do not create links between transactions. ...To reconcile this in QuickBooks after importing the data, you would have to manually open each payment in the Receive Payments window and apply it to the invoice.") once it's imported.
Wild Apricot is great for us because it makes managing our Web content and membership easier. Unfortunately the financial subsystem doesn't seem to offer the same opportunity.
Please add parent Booster USA to the list of Wild Apricot subscribers who would like to be able to accept e-checks via authorize.net.
I have a standing request from two of my members to have more than one person copied on system e-blasts, e.g., renewal reminders.