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Level 4

Adding location when I already have a class structure in Desktop

I am working with nonprofits and need to report income & expense by Administration, Programs, and Fundraising.  I have a new "client" who has 4 locations.  The only solution I see is to have Admin-Bronx, Admin-Queens, Admin-Staten Island, and Admin-Harlem and repeat with every program and fundraiser. 

 

I attached an example of what I see now and what I expect to do. 

 

Is there a better way?  Thanks

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Adding location when I already have a class structure in Desktop

Hello there, Mrjan.

 

It's good to know that you're able to come up with a workaround that you can use for the mean time.

 

Currently, there isn't a way we can add locations with class structure. While we don't have this option in QuickBooks Desktop, I encourage you sending this idea to our product developers. Your feedback would be a great help for us to ensure that we improve QBO to help run your business better. I'll make sure to do the same thing on my end.

Here's how:

  1. Choose the Help menu.
  2. Click Send Feedback Online.
  3. Select Product Suggestion.
  4. Enter your feature request.
  5. Click Send Feedback.

All requests will be reviewed by our developers. I'm looking forward to see this feature soon in our next update.

 

Reach out to me if you have any more questions about adding locations in QuickBooks Desktop and I'll get back to you. 

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Level 15

Adding location when I already have a class structure in Desktop

You use Class and Subclass.

"Location":"Department"

or

Department:Location

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Level 4

Adding location when I already have a class structure in Desktop

Thanks.  that was the only way I could see to do it also.  Means I have to have the same sub classes for each class no matter how I arrange it.  If I understand "location" in QBO, that will solve the problem when they convert. Happy New Year. 

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