I think we all know that sometimes a One Step Update can take forever. Just search the forums for reports of 5-20 minutes.
I'd like a CANCEL button added to the OSU dialog.
Just got merged here. Cannot imagine why this has not been acted upon. And agree with mlklk, killing the process is far riskier than a cancel for data corruption.
This may be an old post, but it is still a problem.
It has gotten worse since banks are now requesting 2 factor Authentication. The prompt to select the method comes late in the One Step Update. If you don't respond quickly it will fail. But the update will not recognize that it failed. It will keep prompting. You have to cancel it to get the next prompt.
And there is no way to cancel if the internet connection is lost during the update. It happened this morning for me. The only option is retry.
There needs to be aN update to the One Step Update to address these issues. And the voting system has apparently been remove, I can't find a way to vote
It is still a problem. Moreso now with EWC+ taking so much longer than Direct Connect. @AceLandow, why not start a new suggestion thread so new votes can be counted? Assuming one can still create voteable idea threads. If not, woul dbe yet another loss - though many people do not read or follow the ideas and vote.
I also find the inability to CANCEL the Update feature to be very annoying. Not only is not possible to cancel the UPDATE, but users cannot close the Quicken app, except by opening the Task Manager and killing the Quicken process. Unsat. This has been an obvious problems for years. Every month there is a Quicken update. It would be nice to get an update that provides an obvious benefit to the user.
It also seems like One Step Update works through the accounts sequentially, and will not progress to the next account if waiting for two-factor ID to complete. It ought to be possible to update all accounts in parallel.
The status of this Idea has been changed to Planned as it has been accepted by our Product and Development team for future implementation. However, we do not have an ETA available.