The to do list appears to be missing from today's login. Has it changed or is there literally no to do issues to track?


Hi founditlaura,

If this is QuickBooks Desktop, let's suppress the application to resolve any damaged company file related issues. Let me guide you with the steps.

  1. Press and hold the Ctrl key, then double-click the QuickBooks Desktop icon. Make sure not to release the Ctrl key until you see the "No Company Open" window, unless QuickBooks freezes or gives you an error.
  2. Select a company file, then choose Open.
You can also try restarting your computer to clear the processes in your computer. 

I have this article for your reference about resolving problems when opening QuickBooks: Resolve Problems Opening QuickBooks Desktop Or Your Company File.

Please let me know if there's anything else you need. I'm always here to help. 
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