Hi there, teja1.
Currently, the option to add a signature and date on the Purchase Order is unavaible in QuickBooks.
I suggest sending us your feedback. That way, our engineering team can consider your request. Just click on the Gear icon at the top right corner and then select Feedback.
The Community space is always open to help you with your questions. Have a good one!
Thank you for joining in this thread, @86400!
The same as mentioned by my colleague above, there isn't an option to add an electronic signature for your purchase orders.
But if you're referring to a message for your vendor, you can add a default message of your purchase order.
Let me show you how:
Now, you'll surely be able to add a unique message of your purchase orders for your vendors.
Lastly, here's an article you can read to learn more about purchase orders: How to Use Purchase Order?
Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any other questions about your purchase orders. I'll happy to help you out.
The option to 'Add an electronic signature and date on the Purchase Order' feature definitely needs to be added to Quickbooks online. It doesn't make sense to be cloud based and have the save and email feature without it. Even if it were a one time signature setup (like adding a company logo) for the PO template, with an automatic date from creation feature would make sense.
Hello there, @Anonymous,
I appreciate you sharing your thoughts about adding an electronic signature and date on the purchase order (PO).
While this option isn't yet available, I can share an alternative about this. First, you can print the PO and manually add the signature and date on it. Then, you can email the updated PO directly to your vendor's email outside the program.
Please know that I'm listening to you and taking notes here of your suggestions. This way, I can pass these along here on my end.
If you’ve already sent this feature request to our Product Development Team, it’s now part on their list to consider it for future updates.
Stay in touch with me if you have other concerns. I’m always here to help, @Anonymous.
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Docusign figured it out, an awesome company like Intuit should incorporate the basic functionality or remove the "approved by" line since the presence of the line and the absence of the ability to utilize it is worse than no approval line at all.
Hey there, NitrusXide!
I'm personally looking forward to it, too. As of the moment, we have no news from our product development team yet.
There could be a third-party app that's capable of adding signatures to PO. You can find one by going to the Apps menu on the left side of the Dashboard and use keywords that would relate to signing purchase orders.
On the other hand, you can visit the QuickBooks Blog page to know the latest features or changes in the platform. You can also click on Join them and share something about your business.
If you have free time, you can interact with other users about how they manage their business with QuickBooks. Our team is also working round the clock to answer your queries.
Why has this not been addressed yet? The Save/Send feature is completely useless without it. It's rather embarrassing for us, and I paid extra for PO functionality. This should be a top priority.
We're taking notes of your feedback and suggestions, @mmbiz.
Please know that our product engineers are considering all suggestions based on the number of requests and their impacts on the user interface before they're rolled out. As mentioned by my colleague JessT above, you can consider looking for a third-party application that is capable of adding signatures to a PO as an alternative.
I can see how useful it is for you and your company to have this functionality in QuickBooks. But I want to let know that your voice matters and I'm submitting feedback directly to our engineers for consideration.
For now, you can visit our blog site so you'll be able to get the latest news about QuickBooks and what our Product Care Team is working on.
Please keep in touch if there's anything else I can do to help you succeed with QuickBooks. I've got your back. Have a great day and be safe.
Such BS. No problem solving at Intuit, just patronizing people...I've got your back? This is a necessary thing to have a PO signed and NO ONE and intuit thinks its important enough to get it done. Just a bunch of coding hacks who probably don't even know how to do it.
HORRIBLE company. Garbage.
Here's a clumsy, time-consuming workaround until Intuit improves on this:
How to Digitally Print & Sign a Purchase Order and Send it through Quickbooks Online
Important: tell Intuit you want them to implement this feature so you don't need a crazy workaround! https://quickbooks.intuit.com/learn-support/en-us/feature-preferences/how-do-i-submit-feedback/00/18...
The comment does not allow importing signature and it is important to be able to do this. We need to add signature to purchase orders just as I can add to the invoice.
It is an official document and our suppliers demand it is authenticated by signature.
Thank you so much if we are able to in the nearest future.
Adding a signature to the purchase order is required in order for it to become a legal contract between buyer and seller. It is absolutely absurd that you still do not have this problem solved.
I have a work around but it is a bit cumbersome. I change the email address to my own, and send the PO to myself.
Then I open the email attachment and save it to a file, (alternately chose print to PDF).
Once that is done, I open the saved PDF file and chose the "Fill & Sign" from the right panel.
I date and sign, then save it again with a file name that includes "signed" or "authorized"
Then I email the PO.
It takes only a few minutes but to some of you it may save doing the actual hardcopy printing and scanning.
Wow, not impressed at all with QB regarding this one. They have been around for decades and a signature authorizing the purchase on a PO is standard accounting practice. Looks like the intended to add the feature and make is seemless as they added the line and the words "signature". I agree should be a one time set up, like the business logo. I expect more from a monthly subscription with a company that has been the gold standard of small business accounting software for decades. Can't imagine how they got something so simple so wrong for this long. Please fix this QBO!