QBO has released some report improvements with updated customization and layout capabilities. For example, you can now freeze the row header and first column.
Within the last few months, the QBO team has been rolling out improvements, including several to QBO reporting, in terms of customization and layout capabilities. Here are the ones I’ve noticed as I prepare to take the “new” (2017) version of the QBO exam.
I tried to get my friend MB to tell me if these report features would be on the new test, but she gave me the old, “mums the word” treatment. So, I’m just making the assumption that a lot of them may be included.
As I said, customizing is easier with the new report features, especially with the freeze row header and first column function. When you scroll through large reports, either horizontally or vertically, the header and first left column remain in view for reference purposes.
But there are lots of customization options to make your reports, “your reports.” […]