Can I Detach a Purchase Order from a Job?
Unfortunately not. Once the purchase order is assigned to a Job, it cannot be moved.
With that being said, there is a work-around that can be used. Essentially, you'll want to create a copy of the original purchase order and assign the copy to the correct job. Once the copy has been assigned, you can delete the original PO.
Before doing this, there are a couple of things to note. Firstly, the purchase order number will no longer be the same as the original (not an issue if it's still in a Draft state).
Note: If it's paramount that the purchase number stays the same, please contact Tradify Support for further assistance.
Secondly, you must ensure that you copy the PO from the Purchase Orders Dashboard, not from within the job. Otherwise, Tradify will automatically assign the copy to the same job.
Relevant Steps for the Workaround
Head over to Purchases > find the relevant PO and open it > select the Options tab and then click "Copy Purchase Order".
Once the copy has been created, open it and click the Options tab, followed by "Attach to Job" > then simply choose the appropriate job to attach it to.
Once you've completed this, open up the original PO and select Options > Delete.
Note: If the original PO has been Approved, or Copied to a Bill, you'll need to reset it back to a Draft before being able to delete it. To do so, open up the PO, click the Options tab, then select "Reset to Draft".