can I create inventory on trial account?

I'm using a trial account to test the inventory system, but in "Product and Services" I only able to create "non-inventory" and "services". is this the limitation of trial account? I need to experience the flow of Quickbooks inventory management system before I fully subscribe to the service.

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Hi mohdsuffianghazm,

I'm happy you're here. Thank you for being a part of QuickBooks Online.

You can take advantage of our Inventory feature so you can track your sales and stock item.

Inventory feature is only available in QuickBooks Online Plus.

If you aren't in this version yet, I recommend upgrading your subscription.

Here are the steps on how to set up Product and Services in QBO:
  1. Go to the Gear icon.
  2. Choose Product and Services.
  3. Click the item you want to set up.
  4. Enter information needed.
  5. Click Save and Close.

For more information you can visit this article:How to set up Inventory tracking.

Also for free tutorials, you can use this article: All QuickBooks Tutorials.

Please stay in touch with me if there's anything else I can help you with.









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