Old workstations still show up in our Report Center

Old workstations still show up in our Report Center when doing our Close store and going through the filter to choose the correct ones is bothersome; how can they be deleted or non-selectable. We only use about 8 of those workstations, and the others were old computers that have been replaced or restored.



Hi there, mwrsp,

Thank you for reaching out to us here in the Community. I appreciate you providing a screenshot to get a better picture of your concern.

This time, there isn’t an option to remove old workstations on your Report Center.

We want to know your ideas on how QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS) can be better for you.

Let’s share with our product engineers how you’d like to delete the old workstations when doing your close store. They'll use this feedback for future program updates.  By doing so, this will be a hassle-free when choosing the correct workstation once it’s implemented.

Here’s how to send your valuable feedback:

  1. Go to https://intuit.uservoice.com/forums/19372.
  2. Under I suggest you box, enter your ideas or comments.
  3. Describe your idea.
  4. Enter your email address.
  5. Click Post idea.

Stay in touch with me how it goes on your end, mwrsp. If you've got more questions on your mind, don't hesitate to leave a comment below. I'll be here to help.

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