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QuickBooks Online Plus Inventory Bundles

Is it possible to use one bundle as a component of another bundle in QBO Plus, similar to creating an assembly in Desktop Enterprise?

Best answer 11-09-2018 01:39 PM

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Re: QuickBooks Online Plus Inventory Bundles

You cannot make a bundle out of a bundle, as you can only select products and services for a new bundle. But you can copy a bundle you have already created and then add more products and services to the new bundle.

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Re: QuickBooks Online Plus Inventory Bundles

no you can not do that in QBO

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Re: QuickBooks Online Plus Inventory Bundles

You cannot make a bundle out of a bundle, as you can only select products and services for a new bundle. But you can copy a bundle you have already created and then add more products and services to the new bundle.

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Thank you for this tip. When I called Intuit Support, they said there's an extra cost service that will allow this, but they wouldn't give me any details without my client being on the call as well. I suspect it's an add-on, but will follow up and post here if there's more to add.

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If you want to better manage your inventory, use the SOS Inventory applications from the QBO app store for creating Assembly transactions & Item Group transactions. QBO #1 rated inventory management applications. 

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Re: QuickBooks Online Plus Inventory Bundles

One would think the world's premier accounting software would not have to rely on a third-party software to perform an inventory function.

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@crawson001 wrote:

One would think the world's premier accounting software would not have to rely on a third-party software to perform an inventory function.


Great point!