If I sent a statement to a client, where can I check that the email was sent?


Hi lynnwood,

QuickBooks Online does not currently have a sent items folder to view the statements/transactions you emailed to your clients. What we can do is run through the Audit Log to confirm the status of the email if it was sent successfully or not. Let me show you how. 

  1. Click the Gear icon on the Toolbar.
  2. Under Tools, select Audit Log.
  3. Select the Filter button.
  4. Use the fields on the Filter panel to choose the appropriate UserDate, or Events filter to narrow the results.
  5. Click Apply.

Please check this article for more information: The Audit Log What It Is, How To Use It.

I have also this article for your reference: How To Add Or Edit Transactions In A Register.

You can always post a comment below if you need anything else. I'll be right here to assist you.

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