Mobile App Question

WTB4
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edited October 19 in Using the Mobile App
When is Quicken going to add investment transactions to the mobile app?

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  • Chris_QPW
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    The transactions are in the Quicken data file, but they aren't in the Quicken Cloud dataset.  Quicken Mobile/Web work off of the Quicken Cloud dataset (they are the GUIs for it).

    It might seem easy to sync the transactions and display them and such, but investment transactions are completely different from non investment transactions, and are much more complicated.
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  • Chris_QPW
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    No one can tell you that.

    If I had to guess though, it would be "probably never".
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  • WTB4
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    Wonder what the issue is? Is there any way to get dividend income to show in the budget on the app?
  • Chris_QPW
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    Try selecting _DivInc for the budget category.  You will need to select to show hidden categories to see it in the list.
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  • Chris_QPW
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    Never mind, I just tried it and it doesn't show up on the Mobile app.  The budgeted category does, but not the actual amount.  I suspect that is because it needs the transaction to do the actual calculation.
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  • WTB4
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    That is the problem I am having too, Chris. Seems like if it can pull the category and the transactions are in quicken, that it should be able to at least pull the total?
  • Chris_QPW
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    The transactions are in the Quicken data file, but they aren't in the Quicken Cloud dataset.  Quicken Mobile/Web work off of the Quicken Cloud dataset (they are the GUIs for it).

    It might seem easy to sync the transactions and display them and such, but investment transactions are completely different from non investment transactions, and are much more complicated.
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