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That’s a great question!

You won’t be able to inactivate customers in bulk, but you don’t have to pull them all the way up either. All you have to do is pull up the customer list and click the black arrow in the action column and click delete.

Being able to delete customers in group is a fantastic idea. We do value your input, so I’d like to encourage you to leave this for our engineers to see by using our feedback section. That way, when we come up with updates we have that in our pool to draw from.

Here’s how to leave feedback:

Click on your company name on the top right > Feedback > Post Your Own Idea

We’re so excited to see what you bring to the table.

Resolution for Issue 'In QBO how can I make a group of customer inactive without entering each customer manually?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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