Management Reports - basic financials are set on expanded mode, how can one change that to collapsed mode, as it does not give you that option as with Standard Reports.


Hello mjsalida,

Currently, in QuickBooks Online, management report has defaulted to expanded mode, unlike standard reports. It shows all items under a specific account which is more detailed. 

I know that you'd prefer to run the management report in a collapsed mode however as of the moment the feature that you needed is currently not available in our offerings.  I encourage submitting feedback on adding a collapse feature on management report by going to Gear icon and select Feedback. Our product developers will check on it, and may consider adding it in our future updates. 

   Feel free to reach out to community if you have any other questions or concerns. 
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