Are any of having problems to edit invoice date in quickbooks online?

I use Quickbooks Online in Mexico. Since few weeks ago, in invoices registration, there is no field to edit invoice date. The default is the current date. I can only edit due date


Thanks for alerting me about this concern,  ivan.argumedo,

We have received reports about this issue in which our Product team is working to validate the issue you have reported.

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