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Quicken for Mac v6.0 Released

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  • Just LurkingJust Lurking Mac Beta Beta
    deholz said:
    Thank you! Thank you for addressing the MFA error on d/ling transactions! While I understand it's a difficult issue to directly process two factor auth within Q4M, you've made it much less painful. Thanks for removing at least a couple steps - the new process is much less cumbersome - while still providing the security of MFA at my institution (NFCU).
    Hi there - any chance you could expand on what has changed/improved for you?

    I haven't noticed any changes and for me the MFA process with Quicken is extremely painful (multiple accounts each with multiple phone numbers). For every sync I have to wait for the account to be queried, select the correct phone number, wait for the code by text, paste it in, wait for the account to sync and the next account to be queried, select the phone number, paste the code in, and so on...

    As a result I tend to avoid using Quicken as much I should, just because syncing is so painful. I could also envision some fairly straightforward ways to make it much less painful for me, e.g.
    1. Let me set the default phone number. It's the right one 99+% of the time as the other(s) are just for backup.
    2. Let me continue using the app while the querying process happens unobtrusively in the background.
    3. Wait until all the MFA codes have been requested, then present me with a screen that contains a field for all of the security codes and let me paste them all in at once (instead of one at a time).

    I wonder if there's already a feature request for something along these lines? I did a quick search but did not see one.
  • Joe CiccioJoe Ciccio Member ✭✭
    todays error message
  • jacobsjacobs SuperUser, Mac Beta Beta
    @Joe Ciccio There's an existing thread about this error which you might want to follow. 
    Quicken Mac Subscription • Quicken user since 1993
  • BruceLeonBruceLeon Member
    This seems to be a bug in Quicken Mac 6.0.3:
    The Transactions Inspector pop-up comes up blank, as does the Transaction Info (when you select Get Info...). They always worked before, and I use them, so please bring them back!
  • RickORickO SuperUser, Mac Beta Beta
    They are working fine for me. I do notice that if I don't have a transaction actively selected (ie, dark blue) they do come up blank. This happens, for example, if a transaction is selected in a register but then you click on the register name in the sidebar (which turns the selected transaction from dark blue to gray). Could this be what you're seeing?
    Quicken Mac Subscription; Quicken Mac user since the early 90s
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