Change app settings

You can change the settings for each app you create on the Intuit Developer Portal.

Change basic app settings

You can also change things like your app’s name, category, and where you plan to release it.

Apps have two sets of settings: one for live, in-production apps, and another for your sandbox and testing environments.

  1. Sign in to your developer account.
  2. Select the Dashboard link on the toolbar.
  3. Select and open an app.
  4. Select the Development section to adjust settings for sandbox and development environments. Or, select the Production section to adjust settings when your app is live and in-production.
Learn more about each setting

App info: Add a descriptive, branded name that helps users identify your app. Upload a logo so it’s is immediately recognizable. Make sure the name and logo meet to our naming and logo guidelines.

Tell us about regulated industries that use your app: Many industries have rigorous legal regulations and business standards. These vary by country and region. Select any industries your app is designed for.

Terms of service links: Include any customer-facing pages for your license agreement, privacy policy, and other info that tells users how your app uses their data.

Countries you accept apps from: Select the countries where you’ve launched your app and can fully support. Meaning, you’ve considered the following for countries you accept app connections from and can confidently support those users:

This list isn’t exhaustive and there may be additional requirements for specific regions. See the list of countries we allow app connections from.

Scopes: These are essentially the permissions your app needs to get certain data from QuickBooks. Learn more about scopes. Keep in mind, you can add additional scopes, but you can’t remove existing ones.

Change authorization settings

You can also go to the Keys & OAuth subsection to update your app’s redirect URLs, host domain, launch URL, and disconnect URL.

What you enter depends on whether your app implements the Intuit Single Sign-on feature.

For apps that use Intuit Single Sign-on

Host domain: Add your app’s site domain.

Launch URL: Add a link to the page that implements single sign-on. This is the URL Intuit will call to start the OAuth 2.0 or OpenIdConnect authorization process.

Disconnect URL: Add a link to the page users get redirected to if they decide to disconnect their QuickBooks Online company from your app.

For apps that don’t use Intuit Single Sign-on

Host domain: Add your app’s site domain.

Launch URL: Add your app’s sign-in page.

Disconnect URL: Add any static page that tells a user they’ve disconnected their QuickBooks Online company from your app. Tip: You may want to add steps for reconnecting to your app, just in case the disconnect was unintentional.