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This is my issue too. You only have one customer's contact information for (sub) projects. There is no way to add a different address to each project of the one customer which is what I need. The only thing you can do is manually change the estimates/invoices/bills within a sub customer or project. You can save the different addresses in your notes for the customer and at least you will have them handy but there is no work around for this yet. Personally, I was hoping to find an QBO app to extend this feature because it is probably common to need to email a completely different address on each project - not the main customer.
Glad you've joined us today here in the Community, @Quickest.
I hear you and realize the importance of having the option to add a different address to each project of your customers. Let me share some details about this concern.
At this time, we can only add one address to each project as it depends on the information entered from the main customer. Adding other information for your customer can be included under the notes section on the transaction.
On the other hand, QuickBooks is committed to developing simple, intuitive software that works the way your business needs. That being said, we are adding features based largely from our customers' feedback.
I'd encourage you to visit our QuickBooks Online Blog to be updated with our latest news and updates including product improvements.
Lastly, I've added here an article about customizing sales forms in QuickBooks for your future reference: Customize your invoices, estimates, and sales receipts.
Don't hesitate to let me know if I can be of additional assistance. Cheering your business to continued prosperity.
I appreciate you for sharing your thoughts, @Quickest.
I'd like to ensure that you'll be to see the news and updates about developments on our platform and stay up-to-date with the latest events, meetups, and releases straight from our developers.
You may visit our Intuit Developer Forum. This is the best place to visit when it comes to discussions about plans for our product and how to meet the customers' needs and demands.
I understand the inconvenience that this concern has caused you, but your patience while this has been assessed is much appreciated.
In the event that you should have questions about this, or need anything else, you can find me here. Thanks for coming, wishing you and your business continued success!