select multiple transactions in transaction report

I would like to select multiple transactions in our vendor report.  We need to update each un-categorized with the appropriate name.  Anyone know how?  Thanks!


Hi felician,

Currently, QuickBooks Online users are not able to edit uncategorized transactions in batch within the vendor report.

However, if you have an accountant, I suggest contacting him/her. The accountant version has the Reclassify Transactions tool to categorize multiple transactions all at once.

Here's the article you can share with your accountant on how to use the tool: How to Use the Reclassify Transactions Tool in QuickBooks Online Accountant?

Please know that I'm always here to help if you have any other questions.

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