how do I see how many times an invoice was sent? Or a breakdown of exactly when it was sent, how many times and dates? And when and how many times it was viewed?


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Being able to see how many times an invoice was sent and viewed is currently unavailable within QuickBooks Self-Employed.  What we have right now is a simple invoice wherein it is marked viewed when opened and seen.

Our product is a collective result of our customers' innovative minds and I appreciate the idea that you've shared.  Rest assured that I will be forwarding this to our Product Engineers so this may be considered in the future product enhancements.

Reach out to me if you have additional questions. I'll be happy to help you further. All the best to you!

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