sizable downloaded transactions area in investment accounts

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Quicken Community Employee mod
edited August 2019 in Display/UI (Windows)
The downloaded transactions area for non-investment accounts is re-sizable.  The same area for investment accounts is not and only displays 4 rows at a time.  This is a nuisance when dealing with larger numbers of downloaded transactions.  Suggest you make the ability to resize the downloaded transactions area consistent across all account types.
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  • mshiggins
    mshiggins SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2019
    Agreed. Having the capability to adjust the height of the Downloaded Transactions section of the register in investment accounts would be helpful.
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  • yossi
    yossi Member
    It's now almost mid-2020. A private company built a spaceship that sends people into low-earth-orbit. Quicken was launched in 1983, 37 years ago. Humanity has made tremendous progress during these past 37 years.

    Yet, in spite of *years* of patient user input, requesting the ability to resize the Downloaded Transactions window, Intuit has only been able to enable this functionality on *Banking* accounts (banks and credit cards). They are simply unwilling or unable to allow resizing of the Downloaded Transactions for *Investing* accounts.

    At month-end, I typically get several dozen downloaded transactions in a single Investment account. Navigating through these with only three transactions visible at a time in the tiny Downloaded Transactions window is ridiculous. Especially considering I have a huge screen.

    Is it really that hard? Perhaps we can all get together and crowd-source some money to give to Intuit to achieve this feat of human endeavor.
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    @yossi Minor nitpick.  Intuit sold Quicken off years ago to Quicken Inc.

    Anyways I don't think the reason this hasn't been done has anything to do with the difficultly or money for that matter.  It has to do with how Quicken Inc (and Intuit before them) sets priorities.  You can pretty much guess that this feature has never made it past the group meeting where they decide on what to work on (no developer has ever seen it on their list of things to work on).
    (I'm always using the latest Quicken Windows Premier subscription version)
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