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The "Edit" and "Display" Icons shown in table reports can be displayed in one of two styles: Descriptive or Small

This is a user-defined setting, effective for all applications with which user interacts, and is controlled via the User Preferences for each user.

Read how to change your user profile preferences: https://www.quickbase.com/help/change_my_user_profile.html

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If you have used one e-mail address to create several QuickBase accounts, then you need to specify which account you want to associate the email address with. The account you specify becomes your default account. Whenever, you or another QuickBase user enters your email address (for example, when you sign in or someone shares an application with you), this is the account to which it refers.

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Once an account has been configured to generate and send emailed receipts, the process is very straightforward and consistent. Often, the recipient's email server has security policies or spam filters in place that prevent these receipt emails from being delivered to the destination inbox.

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QuickBase monthly plans only use a credit card.

To do what you describe, you should change your billing account to an annual plan. Annual plans can be configured to be paid for via a purchase order and invoice.

For more detailed information about how to change your plan type, see the online help: http://www.quickbase.com/user-assistance/default.html#changing_your_serv...

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By creating a trial account, a new billing account is created. Because you are using another billing account's applications, QuickBase can merge accounts and pull your trial account into the company account. This will also transfer any of your applications and/or users belonging to your trial account into the destination account.

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To change your credit card information, follow the instructions at http://www.quickbase.com/user-assistance/#change_billing_info.html.

Note that you must be a billing account administrator for your QuickBase account. If not, the commands to change this information will not be available.

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In order to remove someone from the list of users who are accessing applications owned by your billing account, the billing account manager should add the user to the deny list. Denying a user ensures that the user can no longer access any application in your billing account. And, you are not charged for users who are on your deny list.

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If your account has been suspended, it is very likely that the credit card you provided us has either been declined or has expired. There is also the possibility that the authorization did not go through and the card needs to be retried.

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One of the requirements to cancel a QuickBase service is that all the applications within the account must either be deleted or transferred out by the owner, otherwise the system prevents the cancellation option. Because of legal and privacy reasons we are not allowed to delete the apps for you.

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QuickBase has usually less than 8 hours per year downtime for scheduled maintenance. This breaks down to about 5-20 minutes a month, typically. Our service page denotes any current service interruptions as well as a history of last month's service status.

http://service.quickbase.com

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