I have a bunch of locations saved but when i add more, and save these, theey are not showing for my employees or me

When i first started using quickbooks i added locations in, over time with new clients i have added their names in but when my employees (and me) try to add the location to their timesheets they aren't all showing

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Hi Gaynor66, 


Have you checked your locations list to confirm all that you have entered are saved on the list? 

If you go to your Gear Icon in the top right hand corner

Select All Lists 

Select Locations and this will show you what has been saved. 


If you’re still having issues with this please get in touch with our care team so they can help you out with this, to access our support channels please Click Here.


Kind Regards, 

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