How many reminders do you have? Surely the list isn't that long.
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(Canadian user since '92, STILL using QM2007)
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RickO said:While waiting for this request, have you tried the option to show next in series? For me, that is "just right".
While waiting for this request, have you tried the option to show next in series? For me, that is "just right".
smayer97 (QM2007, CDN user since '92) said:I would ask for the time to be user definable to precisely the # of days, as is possible in QM2007.(If you find this reply helpful, please be sure to click "Like", so others will know, thanks.)
I would ask for the time to be user definable to precisely the # of days, as is possible in QM2007.(If you find this reply helpful, please be sure to click "Like", so others will know, thanks.)
I just noticed a need for yet another reminder frequency, Last Workday of the month.
I have a need for a reminder that can be set to the last day of the month, excluding weekends or holidays. So, if for example, this reminder is due on April 30th, 2017, which falls on a weekend, the reminder needs to be executed on the preceding workday, Friday, April 28th, 2017.
> "...need to be able to modify the "holiday" list due to religious or country of use."
Why?It's my understanding that Quicken is designed primarily (solely?) for the US market (and Canadian market in the Canadian version).Therefore there's no need to cater to foreign calendars ... unless Quicken Inc. begins to work on a new worldwide product designed for an international audience, with international calendars, Unicode character set support, support for currencies requiring routine transaction in excess of 100 million currency units, etc., etc.
It could do best it can, i.e. local national holidays. In G.B. I think they are called "bank holidays." However, good point. My Mac calendar already has holidays marked, and I just noticed that the Quicken calendar does not. I had assumed that Quicken would localize itself along with language and configuration of the computer but seems I was wrong. hmm...
At least for me, what I would be most useful is the "last workday of the month."