You can inactivate a class. However, it will still show on your reports as long as there are transactions associated with it. I’d love to share some details and guide you further.
There’s nothing to worry about if you've inactivated a class in your account. It will still show on your reports when you add the class column. It won’t remove the assigned class from the transaction it was associated with.
I’ve attached a screenshot of how it will show on your reports.
You can inactivate a class by going to your class list. Let me show you how.
Re: I am over the limit on classes and need to delete some. What if i need a report involving a deleted class?
Hello @quast , The deleted class will no longer show in the list of active classes but your reports will still show your deleted Classes.
Did you hit the new 40 Classes limit ?
I am curious, is your business a large multi-million dollar type business?
The reason I asked is because CROOKED INTUIT thinks that any business that needs more that 40 Classes is some kind of multi-million dollar type business and because of that CROOKED INTUIT wants you to pay them $1800 per year for the QBO Advanced subscription, instead of the $720 we were paying. CROOKED INTUIT is advertising unlimited Classes and unlimited Accounts, FOR NOW.....CROOKED INTUIT also offered unlimited Classes and unlimited Accounts to entice me to upgrade to the QBO Plus subscription until now when they decided to steal that feature from my product and I no longer have the unlimited Classes they once sold in that product... Sneaky.