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You’re correct. You’ll have to set them up in every transactions in your QuickBooks.

 

You have to manually fill out the Class fields so that they’re tracked on the reports. The feature gives a customizable way to track your money in and outs. This lets you track account balances by department, business office or location, separate properties you own, or any other meaningful breakdown of your business.

 

To elaborate more, you can refer to this blog published by Beverly Lang: How to Use Class Tracking in QuickBooks.

 

I’m also adding some reference links about reports for future help:

I’ll take note of your product suggestions and prepare a feedback statement directly to our product developers.

Resolution for Issue 'Using class for property management' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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