Yup, log in to check your sales, send invoices, run a report.
The answer is a math problem, the max time QBO allows you to stay signed in without activity (and there have been reports of being automatically signed out while entering a sale) is 3 hours
A typical 9 hour business day then requires 3 logins, and I would guess 4 is the norm, 9 hours is not enough IMO
Checking sales? you should be entering sales.
Honestly, I don't know. As @Rustler said depends on how long QBs will leave me signed in for. It also all depends on what I am working on that day. All my work doesn't consist inside of QBs, but some days it does. :)
@Anonymous, I hope that QBs will stay the same as how I left it the last time I was logged in. I don't normally login just to check, because I work on QBs everyday so I know where I have left it.
Different situation if you have a hired bookkepper though. :)
@Rustler, because I hope you get to spend some of your day doing other things you enjoy!
I mean, feel free to check the QBO app on your bike :).
I do not, and would not, use QBO for a real company business.
I ride to get away from society, especially today's feel good, pampered, participation trophy, PC society. No radio, No CB, No GPS, the phone is in the saddle bag, just me and my god on the highway.