How do I view invoices generated in Quickbooks Online, so I can take card payments using GoPayments directly for the invoices?

I generated estimates for the work I do, then convert them to invoices when the estimate is accepted. Many of my clients want to pay with card as soon as I finish opposed to paying through the invoice after I leave. It would be nice to be able to select an invoice to apply the payment to rather than generating a receipt that I have to go in and edit later on. I can't  find a way to view the invoices for this purpose as it stands. It would be nice not to have to double generate the info in the invoice then mess with reassigning the payment to the invoice.

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Hi there zappventures,

Whenever you accept card payments through the mobile payment app, the sales are directly recorded as sales receipts.

I suggest sending feedback to our Product Development Team, by doing this you’ll notify our product engineers about this as a possible product enhancement and collate all similar concerns. We always aim to give awesome experiences to our clients and your feedback is helpful to us. To do so, here’s how:

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Feel free to let me know If you have a further concern about payments process. I’ll be here anytime you need me. Have a good day!

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