When are we going to get payroll and task reminders in Canada? We can't even get emails sent to us on the day that we need to run payroll.

The US version has payroll reminder emails and a "task" panel on their dashboard for reminders so the program definitely exists. I have to run payroll two days before the Friday payday, bimonthly. The date changes each month so I can't even reliably put a task in my other To-Do list program. 

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Good afternoon, dallasjones2,

Thanks for your question. I can appreciate wanting to be on the ball with payroll and other important business tasks. There aren't set dates for when these kinds of updates come through, but rest assured that the product is always evolving and improving. Our goal is for QuickBooks Online to be as user-friendly as possible and your feedback is a big part of that.

I encourage you to submit feedback, which you can do directly through your account. Our development team takes these requests into consideration when making changes to the product. If you're not sure where to go, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Gear icon at the top then Feedback.
  2. Enter your comments or product suggestions then select Next.
  3. You'll be provided a list of suggested Help articles related to your comment. You can read through them or select Skip and send message.
  4. From the drop-down, choose the appropriate category then select Send message.

You can also take a look at what the feature requests others have made on our QuickBooks Online Feature Requests page, available through this link: https://feedback.qbo.intuit.com/forums/168199-quickbooks-online-feature-requests

If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

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