After that, we can already create a journal entry. I'd recommend reaching out to your accountant first to determine if this process suits your business setup.
Click the + New button in the upper-left corner and select Journal entry.
Debit the income account for the total deferred amount.
Credit the deferred account (liability account) and associate a customer name.
Credit the deferred account again and associate a different customer name.
Click Save and Close.
Once you've entered the necessary transactions, you can already pull up a cash flow report that you can customize.
Select Reports on the left menu and go to the Standard tab.
From the Business Overview section, select Statement of Cash Flows.
Set the date range of the report.
Expand the Rows/Columns section, select All Rows and Columns.
Click the Run Report button.
Also, you can create your own statement of cash flows that will suit your business needs. You can download your Profit and Loss report. Then, use the data from filling in the cash flow statement template. Here's how:
Go to Reports.
Choose Profit and Loss.
From the Report period ▼ drop-down, select Since 90 days ago.
Select Run report.
You can refer to these articles for more detailed instructions: