price level list
We are a shop that has wholesale/retail price levels. The default price when editing an item is retail. To edit the wholesale price, currently I have to go to Lists -> Price Level List. I then open our custom wholesale price level, where I have to MANUALLY SCROLL through EVERY SINGLE ITEM, active or inactive, to find the item whose wholesale price I want to edit. We have thousands of inventory items. Calculating wholesale prices on a flat % rate over cost or under retail is not an option for us.
It would be much more elegant if I had the ability to edit different price levels for an item in the "Edit Item" window that comes up when double clicking on an item in the item list. You could have a separate field under the "Sale Price" field along with a pop-up menu to select the different price levels. Or another button on the top right of the "Edit Item" window for setting prices on different price levels in a different window. This would allow me to do change is 1/10 of the time.
Martha Miller commented
This is definitely a needed fix. I have a client that has dozens of rates specific to clients because they've been in business for so many years.
We have 1000's of customers and product/services, it's insane to actually have to do this for each individual item! We increase our prices by 2% every year, which means every January now I have to spend a month increasing ALL of our prices manually. That's ridiculous.
JENNIFER KLEMISCH commented
Add the ability to create different sales prices for each item, and assign a customer to that sales group.
Standard Price: $36
Group A: $30
Group B: $28
Group C: $20
Customer 1: Standard
Customer 2: Group A
Customer 3: Standard
Customer 4: Group C
In many cases we base our price to our customer off of manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP). It would be so much more helpful to have 3 fields, List Price, Our Cost and Our Sell Price. We've been using a 'work around' for a long time but it's getting harder with more suppliers. Please consider. We need to be able to "mark down" from MSRP - as well as "mark up" from our cost.
Please add the ability to set pricing rates by customer! It is very important and a huge time drain on our invoicing system without it.
Awaiting an ETA on this. QBO is not a feasible platform for our company w/o price level lists
I have to increase my prices, which will apply to new engagements (I'm in the service industry) but will not apply to engagements with existing clients. I would like to apply the old price level to the existing clients and have the new standard price level apply to incoming clients so the right hourly rate shows up on the bill and is calculated in the income tracker
What's the ETA on this thing? I'm making people use excel sheets for multiple price levels
Erin Elliott commented
Set up multiple price lists for products and items. IE wholesale vs retail
Designate a discount for customer on products.
Please look into developing the function for price rates to fixed as wholesale/retail/other,etc. whereby different prices for the same product item can simply be selected via a drop window; similarly to how the tax rates can be adjusted and or selected. This additional flexibility will allow for a more user friendly yet controlled operation of the software, keeping in mind that multiple employees access and sell products at various locations. At the very least it limits the room for there to be excessive discrepancies in pricing of products sold, thank you.
We have different channel sales prices, upon trying to set up the system we were shocked to find that QBO isn't supporting multiple price levels yet, this isn't a feature; it's a core function, not having it deems the platform unusable to us.
Awaiting Intuit's ETA for this to be fixed ASAP
Tim Jenkins commented
I'm a reseller of products, I've got loads of products to upload and manage and many have buying price-breaks e.g. the buying price for say, 10 units of a products is different to the buying price for 100 units.
But I can only load 1 price on a product!
This means I have to keep separate buying price lists and manually input them into purchases orders and this takes loads of time for what is a repetitive job that should be automated.
Please add the facility to store multiple buying prices for the same product based on different quantities purchased and make these auto fill on purchase orders.
The same feature could then be rolled out to sales prices.
Lastly different buying and selling prices should then be recordable for the same product but if purchased from different suppliers, but recordable price breaks on purchase prices is the priority.
Anagram Software's Encore does this very well!
Progressive Grower Technologies Inc commented
I would like to enter Customer Type as in desktop QuickBooks. We have multiple customers and Dealers with various price breaks. I would like the price on the invoice to reflect that without the 'discount' box showing the break each time. Plus we don't have to remember who has what break; it's pre-programed like the sales tax rate.
Megan Ong commented
1. We have items that are priced differently depending on customers. We need to capability of categorising these items' pricing according to customers, so we do not have to always change the price manually when creating new invoices.
I was trying to edit my price lists and I was informed you don't have that capability!! That is crazy! I should sell a retail customer the same price as a wholesale customer or a distributor customer? This should be standard and totally unacceptable you don't have this very basic function
Rob Zelch commented
ASSIGN PRICE LEVEL LIST PER CUSTOMER LIKE IN DESKTOP VERSION
Please I would like to make two requests for new features for Quickbooks Online
1. Price Levels for Different Customers, being able to classify them as distributor, wholesale, retail with the invoices being populated based on their classification
2. Inventory Assembly for products like you can create in QB desktop premier manufacturing edition, that was so helpful for my business
I need Customer Types for the online version!