If I renew do I have to use the new dashboard

I won't renew if I can't keep my old dashboard

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  • djohnson472
    djohnson472 Member
    I was going to upgrade, but won't renew if I have to change dashboards
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited October 25
    EDIT for typo, and more information.

    At least at this point the new Dashboard isn't forced on anyone.  Maybe it will replace the old one eventually, but if that is going to happen they have a long ways to go.

    Note that renewing your subscription really just ensures that you keep getting new versions, and support for online services, and customer support, it doesn't make you a "new user" or something like that which changes what versions you get.

    When the new Dashboard came out it was forced on Starter editions by mistake, but they corrected that in a later patch.
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  • UKR
    UKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    I don't know about the new dashboard feature with respect to expired versions or perhaps functional limitations in the Starter Edition, but in my unexpired HB&R version, I can choose to
    • disable the new dashboard (see picture below) using the gear icon in the Home page view, if I so desire (click the gear icon and then use the Dashboard slider button in the popup view)
    • still use the old Home page views
    • still control the view page that Quicken starts on: Edit / Preferences / Startup / On Startup open to: [...]

  • djohnson472
    djohnson472 Member
    Thank you, these comments help