Let me share some information on how to make sure that you're able to successfully capture and track your receipts in QuickBooks.
When using the receipt capture feature in your mobile app, the quality of the captured image depends on your device's camera. Depending on the mobile device you're using, here are the possible reasons why you're getting blurry captured receipts:
The long shutter speed of your mobile device can capture camera shake, which would produce a blurry image.
Your subject may have been slightly moved, causing a motion blur, made worse by a long shutter speed.
You may have a bad lens or a lens that is not capable of producing sharp photos
The ISO setting in your mobile device may have been set to a very high number, resulting in lots of noise and loss of detail.
Lastly, you'd want to make sure that your QuickBooks Online mobile app is updated to the latest version.
Also, QuickBooks supports PDFs and jpeg, jpg, gif, or png image formats when attaching receipts. You can read through this article for more detailed information about the process: Capture and categorise receipts and bills.
Get back to us here if you have other questions about maximising the use of the QuickBooks Online mobile app features. I'm always here to help.