Let's find the Project Profitability report, adnan-munir.
I appreciate it that you've checked what your colleagues can see on their end before posting your question. However, it's quite strange because once you have access to Projects, you should also see its features like the Project Profitability report.
I tried checking this using my test account for comparison, and I can still see the report when I open a project and go to Project Reports.
We'll do the browser troubleshooting steps to see if an issue is causing the missing report. Seldom, sections in QuickBooks are missing or not loading due to some random browser and network issues.
To start, let's open an incognito or a private browser and sign in to QuickBooks. This step disables the browser extensions and stops the cache from saving your browsing data.
If you can see the report, you can clear the cache of your browser. If it's still not there, please try signing in using other browsers for comparison.
See also about tracking income, costs, and profitability per project.
You can always go back to this thread if you need further assistance.
I've got you covered today, adnan-munir.
Thanks for sharing your circumstances in finding the Project profitability report on your QuickBooks Online (QBO).
Looking into your screenshot, your almost there. Just a few clicks and you'll get the Project profitability report. I'll walk you through on how to do it below:
Learn more about managing Project profitability report through this report: Track income, costs, and profitability by project.
To ensure that you get the most out of the Projects feature, feel free to check out these article:
If the steps above doesn't work, we'll have to look into your access as a user of the company file. Since you've mentioned that the report appears on the admin login, you'll probably using a Standard user type which was set to a None level. This means a user can't use any of the accounting features in QBO aside from submitting time sheets.
Here's an article to become more familiar with the different user types in QBO: User types in QuickBooks Online.
If this is the case, you can ask your admin to update your user type so you'll be able to see the Project profitability report.
I'm adding this article that you can share to the admin of the company for the steps on managing users: Add, delete, or change user access.
If there's anything I can help you with, feel free to drop me a reply below. Hope you have a good one.
1 Project Profitability is showing.
But there is no profitability showing combine all projects. Also Our admin is showing profitability charts when open projects Tab. But at my login combine profitability is not showing.
Let me share details about user access and utilizing the Projects feature in QuickBooks Online (QBO), @adnan-munir. This way, you'll be able to determine your user type and identify why you're unable to view the combine profitability of your projects using your login credentials.
Based on your description of the issue and the screenshot you've provided above, it seems that you're referring to the chart/graph and the Profit Margin columns that are included in the Project table. (Please see screenshot below).
The chart and the Profit Margin columns that shows when opening the Projects tab is only visible for those users that's logging in to the account as administrators.
On the other hand, there are different user types and levels of access in QBO. The Projects page can be viewed by Standard and Admin users. With this, it looks like you're currently a Standard user in the account. This is why you're seeing a different screen compare to your admin. You can let your admin update your login or user access so you can view the chart and combine profitability of all the projects your company has. Once ready, let your admin perform the following:
To learn more about the different user types and levels of access in QBO, kindly refer to this article: User types and user permissions in QuickBooks Online. It includes details about billable, non-billable, and user type per QBO plan.
Additionally, you can use projects to quickly calculate your project income and costs. This way, you'll get a clear picture of your profits from every project. You can learn more about this by checking out this article: Track income, costs, and profitability by project.
Please let me know if you have other concerns. I'm just around to help. Take care always.