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I would like to disable advertisements for loans, services and promotions on my accounting software that I already pay for. Where do I select to not be advertised at?

Its quite frustrating trying to navigate my reporting, while having to click a small X on an advertisement that I have zero interest in while using my accounting software. Perhaps a promotions section instead of an advertisement on every page?
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I would like to disable advertisements for loans, services and promotions on my accounting software that I already pay for. Where do I select to not be advertised at?

Hello there, grantel,

 

I'm here to help disable advertisements you've already paid for in QuickBooks Online (QBO).

 

These ads serve as a guide to help you navigate the software. While there isn't an option to permanently turned them off, you can click the X or No, thanks button. This way, QBO will turn off the ads and remember your choice. Thus, the pop-up won't show up again.

 

For now, I recommend visiting the Product Updates page to know what's new and coming in the system. This link has topics about the latest improvements in QBO.

 

Feel free to leave a comment below if there's anything else you need. I'm always around to help you out.

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I would like to disable advertisements for loans, services and promotions on my accounting software that I already pay for. Where do I select to not be advertised at?

Sorry, not one of the answers Intuit has provided for disabling QB2020 popup windows and advertising are acceptable. These are NOT DESIGN FEATURES, they are DESIGN FLAWS and frankly, this program has gotten more annoying with every version.


For years QB users have requested ads and popup windows be removed, but receive the same responses ... "we will notify (fill in the blank)" or "contact us (link) to address your concerns with our design team." The "check box" under Preferences does nothing. Literally, nothing.


Since 2004, our company requested a number of changes and fixes (why on earth does the ending balance need to be 72pt Bold Type?) and not one has been considered, discussed or implemented because none are marked SOLVED.

 

Obviously, Intuit Corporation is

Too big to fail

Too big to jail

Too big to care

Too big to share


As for the popup surveys on every QB support page, why bother?  The humans aren't listening.

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