Hi - I am looking for some help. We need our clients to read and agree to a Purchase Agreement before they place an order and make payment (this agreement is about a full page long). I would like to do this within Quickbooks but I have not seen a way to do this.
We currently send them to our website where they read the terms and agree, but we have to manually track this and then send an invoice - automating this would be a big improvement.
Before I give up, I thought I'd reach out here.
If this was 2 separate steps it would be fine; meaning they could first agree to terms and are then are automatically sent an invoice with the payment link, but I'd like to keep this within Quickbooks.
Thanks in advance,
Great to have you here in the Community, @johnrobbfl. I’ll assist you with your concern regarding invoice in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).
Currently, the option to allow customers to agree to your purchase agreement before ordering and paying the invoice is unavailable in QuickBooks Desktop.
Rest assured that our product developers are always open to suggestions to improve our products and are able to meet our customers’ business needs.
Thus, I recommend that you send your feedback directly to our product engineers. They will be able to consider this option and assist you with your business demands in this manner.
You can send feedback by following these steps:
I'm also attaching this screenshot for visual reference:
Let me know in the comments should you have any further questions about sales transactions. I’m hoping your business will prosper. Have a great day!
I just wanted to say, it's rediculous that its 2023, and you guys still have not found a way around this issue...It honestly makes no sense. Simply extend the character limit from 400 to infinite and boom I can easily add my agreement to it. However, you have us maxed at 400 characters. Also, this issue has been brought up since 10 years ago, I saw on your other Q and A's and every year you guys just tell us that you are working on it. What is there to work on exactly? LMAO!!!!!!