Will the CC on invoice feature be coming to self-employed anything soon?

I was wondering if the CC email feature for invoices will be coming anytime soon. The Bcc feature does not work for me. I do not see it anywhere on my 'create invoice' page.

Also, if I upgrade to Quickbooks online simple start to get that feature, will I still have self-employed free (to track mileage)? Does self employed come with online package?

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Thanks for posting in the Community, jsrmr93,

I’d be happy to share information about sending an Invoice to multiple emails in QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE).

Upon creating an invoice, you now have the ability to send it to multiple emails. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Go to Invoices in the left navigation menu.
  2. Click Create invoice button at the upper right hand.
  3. In the New invoice window, fill up the necessary information.
  4. Click Send invoice button.
  5. In the Additional email address section, enter the multiple email address to be separated with a space, comma or semicolon to separate email addresses.
  6. Click Send.

As for your other concern in upgrading to QuickBooks Online, keep in mind that QBSE is a special version of QuickBooks built especially for freelancers, independent contractors, and service-based entrepreneurs.

To help you choose the right version of QuickBooks which suits your needs, you may also want to check other QuickBooks versions which have this feature. Here’s a comparison:

If there’s anything else you need help with concerning your QuickBooks Self-Employed account, please feel free to reach back out.

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