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userawolff
Level 2

How I set entering billable time to the quarter hour in quickbooks online?

 
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MaryAnn_E
QuickBooks Team

How I set entering billable time to the quarter hour in quickbooks online?

Hello there, @userawolff.

 

I want to make sure this is taken care of.

 

When you enter your client's billable time, you'll have to use the default ratio format (hours: minutes). However, it'll automatically be converted to the decimal format (i.e 0.00) when you add it to an invoice. Then, the said format will be converted back to the first-mentioned one when you print and send the invoice.

 

In case you want to customize your invoices to include information that matters most to your business, you can refer to this article: Customize invoices in QuickBooks Online. It also contains details about personalizing your invoice email message.

 

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userawolff
Level 2

How I set entering billable time to the quarter hour in quickbooks online?

Appreciate the response however, I'm not sure this answers my question exactly. I enter my time using the weekly timesheet. There if I want to put in 1.75 hours it doesn't calculate as one and three-quarters of an hour. It assigns a off number to the time. I would like to make sure time is billed by the quarter hour. .25, .5, .75. How do I do that so I don't get times that are .10, .15, .40 etc? Thanks!

MaryJoyD
QuickBooks Team

How I set entering billable time to the quarter hour in quickbooks online?

I can share additional information about adding time in your weekly timesheet, @userawolff.

 

The time format when adding your weekly timesheet should be in HH:MM. When you enter the time in decimal like 1.75, that'll be converted automatically to 1:45.

 

You can also search for a Decimal to Time calculator on the web to help you in converting it. 

 

See this article for more information: Enter a weekly timesheet. Also, here's detailed guidance on the difference between weekly and single timesheets.

 

For more information on how to make time billable and add a Time Tracking user, check this article: how to turn on and set up time tracking.

 

I'm always here if you need more help with your timesheets. Take care and have a wonderful day!

userawolff
Level 2

How I set entering billable time to the quarter hour in quickbooks online?

Mary Joy D - I guess I need to train myself to put the time in as 15, 30, 45 instead of 25, 50, 75. Thanks for the assistance. 

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