QuickBooks has the ability to create a job/sub-customer and this relationship is synced to Method as well.
However, what is a job? What is a sub-customer?
You may be familiar with the term job or sub-customer, and you may wonder if there is a difference.
QuickBooks Online only refers to it as a sub-customer and within this document, we will refer to it as sub-customer as opposed to job.
A sub-customer will be always displayed with its parent customer, and it will be separated by a colon.
In the above diagram, Bob Crenshaw is a normal customer. Bob has a sub-customer named Brian Crenshaw.
If you take a look below the bolded name Brian Crenshaw, do you see written Bob Crenshaw:Brian Crenshaw?
The colon indicates that Brian is a sub-customer of Bob.
To create a sub-customer, the customer will have to exist.
Once you save, this person will be a sub-customer of the customer you chose in Job/Sub-customer of.