I broke my phone in 2018 and was unable to track miles. I am now manually inputting each trip, many the same start/end points. Is there a way to copy trips?

My phone broke, and, for the first few months of 2018, I couldn't track milage via the app. I wrote down my trips, but, now, I have to input them all. Is there a faster way to do this? The trips were generally to and from the same locations. Is there to copy the trip to multiple dates w/o having to do each one individually?


Welcome to the Intuit Community, mslmaverick8,

Currently, the system in QuickBooks Self-Employed is designed to add trips individually. I understand the hassle that it would cause you. Need not worry, I’ll be sending a feedback to our Product Engineers so that this may be considered for future upgrades.

I also suggest that you leave feedback to let them know that this is the feature you’re looking for. To send feedback, just click on this link: QuickBooks Feedback.

For future reference, I’m including some helpful articles that you can check on:

If you need further assistance in adding trips, you can always contact our Customer Care support. They have the necessary tools to walk you through in setting up.

To contact us, here’s how:

  1. Sign in to your QuickBooks Self-Employed account.
  2. Click Assistant at the top right.
  3. Type talk to human.
  4. Choose your preferred support method.

Keep me posted if you have further questions In adding trips, I’m always here to help.

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