We won't be able to restore deleted journal entries or other transactions. Wen can only view the details of the deleted journal entry through the Audit Log and recreate them manually.
Here's how to view the details of the deleted journal entry:
Here's how to recreate the journal entry:
Let me know if you need anything else.
Till step of selecting the tool box of "Transactions" it works but there is no option of "Deleted/Void Transactions" after that.
How do I see the details of the deleted transaction, I know the Journal no. and Journal date but not able to find the details
Good Morning, @Ayush.
I've got you covered. It only takes a few easy steps to view a deleted transaction through the Audit Log. Just follow the steps and visual guide below.
3. Press Apply.
4. Locate the transaction and select View in the "History" column.
Now you'll be able to successfully view the details of the deleted transaction.
I’m only a couple of clicks away if you need anything else. Have a splendid Wednesday!
I accidentally deleted the entire journal entry instead of the one transaction. You would think Intuit would warn me or give me a chance to restore. This is absurd. Perhaps Intuit should put more $$ into development and less into HR and various depts of inclusion, gender, etc.
Currently, QuickBooks will only let you use the audit history option to see your deleted journal entries. You can follow the steps provided my by colleague @JamesDuanT to get to the report.
You can check the details about it at this link here: Use the audit log to re-enter deleted transactions.
I'll also share with your our page about undo and remove transactions from reconciliations in QuickBooks Online which I'm sure you'll find helpful. It has step-by-step instructions that'll guide you through the process.
Feel welcome to comeback if you have other questions or concerns. We're here to assist you further. Thanks for coming by and have a great week ahead.
That is unacceptable. I had over 100 individual entries. My only choice is to put them back in manually? That is why I purchased QB in the first place. #1) QB should WARN me about what I am about to do, #2) QB should allow me to "undo". Intuit is a software company. This is their job. They are not doing it well.