Thanks for reaching out to the QuickBooks Community for this migration concern, Sarah.
During the conversion, classes are also migrated. Try to check your preferences if the class feature in QuickBooks Online is enabled. Here's how:
Once done, run the budget report with classes. Also, check out the following links to learn more about the migration process and what data gets converted:
Visit us again if you have other concerns about this topic. I'll be right here to help. Have a good one!
Hello there, @SarahGray. I'll point you in the right direction for support regarding your query.
First off, I appreciate the amount of effort you've done so far. You can consider contacting support once again. This way, another representative can check and investigate on your account to determine what's causing this issue.
I’m adding a link here where you can search for an article that will help you if you need some information or procedures while using QuickBooks Online. Help articles.
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The poster is asking about the Budget Verses Actual by Class report after conversion. First of all, is this available in QBO? Come on people! Work! Don't say nonsense.
Hi there, @my-answer-is-nonsense.
There are reports that don't match when importing your QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT) file to QuickBooks Online (QBO).
With that said, only Profit and Loss budget types convert to QuickBooks Online. To learn more about what data does and doesn't convert to QBO, you can check this article for the details: Differences after you switch from QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online.
You're always welcome to post here anytime you have other concerns. Our door is always open to lend a helping hand. Stay safe.
@SarahGray budget vs actuals by class is not available in qbo
@Jen_D @Kurt_M @MarsStephanieL if something is not available, just say so.. Sarah mentioned a specific report therefore your answer should only focus on it. Look what you've done, u made her follow complicated steps and asked her to contact support. You wasted her time with your long and nonsense answers. If you were in her shoes, what would you feel? Pissed off, right?