Is it possible to get the same text message sent out to all of my QB clients from the app?


Great day to you, bwgcontracting16,  I’d be happy to answer your post.

Just to verify, are you referring to the Multi-Factor Authentication sent via text message when accessing all of your clients from the app or wanted to use e-invoice to send invoices to all of your clients?

If you are referring to the Multi-Factor Authentication sent via text message when accessing all of your clients from the app, just to let you know that each login has a unique Multi-Factor Authentication.

However, if you are referring to use the e-invoices feature, to send invoices to all of your clients, then you can send it by batch.

Here’s an article with guidelines on how to send e-invoice by batch:

However, if you mean something else, please let me know. I’d be glad to answer it for you.

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