When I set up team members, I see their activity in the Audit Log, but does my client also see my team members name in their Audit Log or does it show up as just my name?

I want to know if my team members are "hidden" from my clients.  So if I have multiple team members working on an account are my clients seeing all those names in their Audit Log as to who is working on their books or does it just show up as my name?


Hello there, STCPA,

Let me share some insights on how viewing the audit log differs between accountants and clients.

The client can determine what changes were made by their accountant. Your name shows up on the client's audit log when your team member made changes in the account.

You can go through this article for the detailed scenario: QuickBooks Online Accountant: How viewing the audit log differs between accountants and clients.

If you want to see the changes made to a specific transaction, feel free to read this article for additional information: How to view transaction changes in the Audit History.

That's it. Let me know if there's anything else I can help concerning audit logs in QuickBooks Online. I'll be whenever you need my help.

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