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Is it possible to change a rejected estimate to an accepted estimate in app? I can do it on desktop but cannot find an option in the app

 
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Is it possible to change a rejected estimate to an accepted estimate in app? I can do it on desktop but cannot find an option in the app

There are fewer options than what's available online, TDecks.

 

QuickBooks mobile app keeps you connected when you're away from your computer. It's also important to know that besides working anywhere on your mobile, you'll also have access to QuickBooks on the web.

 

For now, you can only create or edit an estimate and convert it to an invoice when using an app. You'll want to change the status of your estimate using your browser.

 

I've got this article in case you want to change your sales form delivery method on mobile: Customize Invoices On The QuickBooks Online Mobile App.

 

Also, in QBO Mobile App, you can check out the FAQ by going to the Menu icon, then look for Help to find our Frequently Asked Questions. 

 

Keep in touch if you have any other concerns. We're always right here to help you anytime.

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QuickBooks Team

Is it possible to change a rejected estimate to an accepted estimate in app? I can do it on desktop but cannot find an option in the app

There are fewer options than what's available online, TDecks.

 

QuickBooks mobile app keeps you connected when you're away from your computer. It's also important to know that besides working anywhere on your mobile, you'll also have access to QuickBooks on the web.

 

For now, you can only create or edit an estimate and convert it to an invoice when using an app. You'll want to change the status of your estimate using your browser.

 

I've got this article in case you want to change your sales form delivery method on mobile: Customize Invoices On The QuickBooks Online Mobile App.

 

Also, in QBO Mobile App, you can check out the FAQ by going to the Menu icon, then look for Help to find our Frequently Asked Questions. 

 

Keep in touch if you have any other concerns. We're always right here to help you anytime.

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