how do I reclassify a single transaction which I added already?


Hello there, alicentchen.

I'm here to help guide reclassify your transaction in QuickBooks Online (QBO).

If the transaction is downloaded from your bank, you have to locate the transaction under the Reviewed tab and reclassify it from there.

Here's how:

  1. Click on Banking at the left pane.
  2. Select Banking.
  3. Go to the Reviewed column.
  4. Look for the transaction and make the necessary changes. Click on Undo if you wish to undo the added transaction. Once done, it'll now then go back to the For Review column.

However, if the transaction is manually added in QuickBooks, you must locate the transaction itself and make the necessary changes.

This would help you reclassify your transaction. In case you have any other QuickBooks concerns in the future, you can read our help articles: Help articles for QuickBooks Online.

Feel free to add a comment below if you have further questions about reclassifying you transaction. I'm just here to help.

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