So the message literally says "Would you like to temporarily switch back?", yet the change is permanent? You do not see a problem with that? I don't mean to be a stickler here, but Intuit does not have a history of leaving its product alone and allowing customers to continue using it the way they worked hard to set it up. When I had the desktop product, if I did not renew every few years, features would stop working. When Google proposed changes to their Gmail, it too offered to "temporarily go back to classic mode" and then they forced the change earlier this year. I am a technician and I still do not appreciate changes I did not request. If I do not voice my displeasure with these changes, Intuit will assume users welcome them, and I really don't. And I mean, I really really don't.
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Thank you for your reply. However, I have a problem with the word "temporarily". I do not want to temporarily go back. I figured out how to go back on my own and I want to permanently go back so that I never have this happen again. The automated sales tax center said I owed taxes for other quarters and did not give me a way to delete the incorrect quarters. That is what prompted me to write this message in the first place. If you guys force a change on users, the change should not cause users to have to do more work. Otherwise, it is not a welcome change - it is a nuisance. Please tell me how to opt out of the upcoming change so that I do not ever have to deal with it.
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