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kevintunis
Level 1

What is the best way to handle multiple items ordered?

When I purchase an item it is usually not one. On the expense page, there is account, description, amount, billable and customer/project but there is no quantity. If I were to order a fastener for a table I would have to enter 16 lines for that item. How is the best way to do this? I would also like to keep track in the projects to.

 

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vpcontroller
Level 11

What is the best way to handle multiple items ordered?

@kevintunis

 

On EXPENSE form, you should see two tabs:
1. Account details tab - you may be referring to account details tab
2. Item details tab - this is where you should see product/serv, quantity, rate columns and so on to enter purchased inventory items.
For item details tab feature, you need PLUS $50 p/month plan. If you have that version and not seeing it on Expense form, then you will need to enable the item table from the gear settings
(Gear at the top right corner > Your company > Account and settings > Expenses > Bills & Expenses >
Show Items table on expense and purchase forms > ON).

 

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vpcontroller
Level 11

What is the best way to handle multiple items ordered?

@kevintunis

 

On EXPENSE form, you should see two tabs:
1. Account details tab - you may be referring to account details tab
2. Item details tab - this is where you should see product/serv, quantity, rate columns and so on to enter purchased inventory items.
For item details tab feature, you need PLUS $50 p/month plan. If you have that version and not seeing it on Expense form, then you will need to enable the item table from the gear settings
(Gear at the top right corner > Your company > Account and settings > Expenses > Bills & Expenses >
Show Items table on expense and purchase forms > ON).

 

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