Why are my contractors NOT in alphabetical order....

What did you do to Quick Book online payroll?  The contractors are NO LONGER in Order by name.  WHAT HAPPENED.


Hi colleen,

Thanks for bringing this issue to my attention about contractors are not showing in alphabetical order. 

I was able to confirm that there's an ongoing issue with list of contractors are not showing in alphabetical order. Our engineers have started their investigation and working on a fix to help you get back on track.

While this issue is under investigation, I'd recommend giving our Payroll Support Team a quick call so you'll be added to the list of affected users.

You can reach them through this link: https://payroll.intuit.com/support/contact/. Then, select your payroll subscription type.

From there, updates will be given to you via email once this gets resolved. From there, your list of contractors will show up alphabetically. 

I appreciate your understanding and patience while we look into this. Please let me know if you have any other concerns because I'm here to help. Have a great day.

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