Is there a way to drag/drop line items when creating an invoice? This should definitely be a feature if it isn't.


It's good to see you here in the Community, greg.

I’d be glad to share with you information about creating an invoice.

Customizing the format of your invoice would be a great addition to the invoicing features of QuickBooks Self-Employed. Currently, the line item box is under a default format.

When manually recording expenses on an invoice, you can enter the details of the transaction with up to 255 characters in the description field per line item. Just click on the Add Work option to enter more details.

On the other hand, we'd love to hear directly from you. You may share your feature requests and product feedback through this link:  This will be forwarded to our Product Engineers for future product updates.

If you have other questions or concerns about the QuickBooks, feel free to leave a comment below. I am always here to help.

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