Yes, you are correct, but you misunderstood the question.
Our customers issue a P/O for goods/services that we sell ie Purchase Order on sales side. It is this number we wish to show on statement.
Hope this is clear...
You are currently not able to edit statements on QuickBooks, and so cannot add any numbers onto the form. You can edit the email that is sent out to the customer in addition to the statement, and so could include the Purchase Order number within that email.
If this is a feature you would like to see implemented in future updates, please use the following link to leave feedback: https://feedback.qbo.intuit.com/
This would be massively helpful to us.
We have to use the Open Invoices report one customer at a time (having added the PO Number data field) then print as pdf and e-mail seperately.
All that is required is the addition of the PO number data field in the statement template.
It would save hours of work.
Statements produced in both Sage and Xero have this facility and I have been asking Intuit to do this since 2003!!!
Thanks for sharing your feedback on this here, we'd be grateful if you could also leave a feedback request by going to the Cogwheel > Feedback within your account, this way it'll be submitted directly to our developers who are able to consider and implement such changes. 👩💻
If you click onto the dashboard on the left-hand side navigation bar the main cogwheel will be at the top right-hand corner next to a bell and a person in a circle.
Right ok no problem there should be an option in the help tab
So Help > Send feedback online it will then ask you if you have a new product suggestion or leave a bug feedback
Amen. It is absurd that we can't include the customer PO# on statements and in the customer center screen. This is AP 101. For this reason alone I can't wait to move on from QB. Such a basic necessity in doing business with anyone that has a modicum of sophistication in their ordering process. The PO# is what binds everything together and QB has seriously missed the boat. My next companies certainly won't be using QB if they can't fix something as simple as this.
Quickbooks should have an additional column that would be for Customer Purchase Order.
Transaction Column only includes the Invoice / Due date / Orig Amount of invoice OR allows for those items to be columnized instead of cluttered. Come on quickbooks we all pay good money to have a good software to use and run!