I try to create a user (for sales) that he can access only in creating the PO, but he can't access other area. But I realized QB online not supporting that


That's right, tommy. The ability to add a user with PO access only is unavailable.

However, you can add a standard user with limited access to suppliers and purchases. The user can also access these:

  • enter and pay bills, write cheques, enter cash and credit card purchase
  • add, edit, and delete suppliers
  • view bank registers
  • view supplier and A/P reports, cheque detail report
  • view tax rates, add tax and adjust in purchase transactions
  • view tax reports
  • add, edit and delete currencies, edit exchange rates

If you want to proceed, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Gear icon.
  2. Select Manage Users.
  3. Click Add user.
  4. Follow the onscreen instructions.
  5. Under How much access do you want this user to have?, select Limited and check Suppliers.
  6. Enter your new user’s name and email address.
  7. Select Save.

Stay in touch with me if you need more help.

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