Add ability to track/store Prior Reconciled Statements/periods in Quicken for Mac (256 Legacy Votes)
Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭One of the things I always get a kick off of is posts like "If there was any real competing/better program than Quicken I would dump Quicken in a second!"
I wonder if they realize that they have basically just "advertised" for Quicken.
I mean really who says "Product XXX is so much better than the one I'm using, but I'm not going to change because I like dealing with all the problems I have with my current product."?
About the only way I can see that happening is on the basis of cost, and that never seems to make it into the statement. Like "I'm using Quicken because it is cheaper than that free program that I can use, that is better than Quicken."
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ZerMunde said:@Jacobs Great to hear the feature was added back in finally!
@Chris_QPW Yeah, I get it. Alternatives are improving which is a good thing. Healthy competition lifts all.0
@Scott Rose The version label threw me off. I mistakenly thought you were referring to a legacy version of Quicken that had the prior reconcile feature. Current Quicken for Mac, subscription based, had been referred to as Q2020, Q2021. If the most current is now called Quicken 6.1, and the feature is back in, fantastic!0
@ZerMunde Ah right, the naming is confusing. They're no longer calling it Quicken 2020 or Quicken 2021 anymore. It's now just called "Quicken", and they've gone back to version numbering again. But the version numbering isn't quite as important as it used to be in the old days when we had to pay for each major version number, and when major new features were expected in each major version number. Now we just pay annually and the updates/upgrades continually occur throughout the year.0