Hi there, @Anonymous.
Thank you for visiting the QuickBooks Community. I can share some information about creating a bill of lading.
Currently, the option to create a bill of lading within QuickBooks Online is unavailable. However, I know some applications you can integrate with QuickBooks to do this.
Please follow the steps below to look for an application that's best for your business:
You can also visit our online website for more options: QuickBooks Apps.
That should guide you in searching for an application that can help create a bill of lading.
You can reach out to me with additional questions about this or anything concerning QuickBooks Online. I'm always around to help. Have a good one.
Good day @ehong33234
Currently, there is no bill of lading app in the Apps Center that can be connected with QuickBooks.
I suggest searching for it outside QuickBooks. If you find an app, you can contact the provider for assistance on how to integrate it with QBO.
If you have other concerns feel free to post here in Community.
As mentioned in this thread, there isn't an application integrated with QuickBooks that'll let you create a bill of lading. You can consider checking any app outside of QuickBooks and contact their support for application integration.
I've got you our help articles in case you need some ideas, especially with QuickBooks navigation and daily tasks recording: QBO Self-help.
Please touch base with me here for all of your QuickBooks needs. Always around to help. Thanks for dropping by.
Ok there is a way, it is not easy or straight forward. First make a invoice, then go into that customer profile. On that said invoice click on far right and look at pulldown menu. Click on "packing slip". It is not a BOL, but it works.
The option to create a bill of lading isn't available. However, I have a workaround that you may want to consider.
We can add a billable expense to reflect the landing cost. Just a heads up, this option is available in QuickBooks Online Plus and QuickBooks Online Advanced versions.
Then, you can follow these steps on how to turn on this option:
Afterward, you're good to add a billable expense. You can check this article for more information: Enter a billable expense.
I'm just around if you still need my help in creating a billable expense.