Budget v Actual by Class

I am converting from desktop to online and trying to construct some management reports.  I use class tracking and, on the desktop, can create a BvA by class by selecting the class I want to report.  I have looked at similar questions but the answers don't seem to fit.  One answer suggested going to Row/Columns and selecting "Account vs Class" but my dropdown list has no such selection.  Am I missing something?  I am operating as a "non-profit".


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Hi gsalfranklin,

That's a great idea! Right now, in QuickBooks Online, customizing the Budget vs. Actual by class and location is not available.  

The best way to send this request is through feedback:

  1. Click the Gear icon in the upper right hand corner.
  2. Click on Feedback.
  3. Type in your feedback or feature request.
  4. Click Send Message.

Have a great day! 

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