Where is the option to take a picture of receip expense to match it with my quick book online computer


Hello there, franckiwinenyc.

I'd be happy to walk you through in attaching a picture of receipt into your QuickBooks Online mobile app.

If you're using iPhone, please follow the steps provided below:

  1. Go to Expenses.
  2. Select to create a new Expense or select the pencil on an existing one, then select the camera.
  3. Select Take Photo to snap a photo, or Choose Existing to choose one from your Photo Library.  
  4. If you took a photo, select either Retake or Use Photo.
  5. If you are choosing an existing photo, browse to it, and select Choose.
  6. Select Save.

If you're using other device other than iPhone, you can refer to this article for other option: Attach a photo of a receipt in QuickBooks Online for mobile

There you go. Drop me a reply if you need more help with attaching receipt photo in QBO and I'll get back to you.

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