What's Happening in the Quicken Community - December '21 Edition

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edited April 2022 in Announcements

Happy December everybody!  It’s hard to believe that we’re coming to the end of another year already, but we hope everyone has had a wonderful year and enjoys a fantastic holiday season!

Over the last month we’ve seen several new members join the community, so we just wanted to take a moment and say Welcome!  We’re glad you are here and hope you are finding the information and help you need.

We’d also like to take advantage of these new faces and share some helpful tips for navigating and participating in the community.

The Quicken Community is hosted by Quicken, moderated by a small team of Quicken employees and kept going through the tireless efforts of our SuperUsers and other Quicken Users to answer questions, share information, troubleshooting tips and more.

If you ever have a question about who is who in the community, please visit our FAQ here for more information.

There is a lot of conversations happening in the community and chances are good that your question or issue may have already been asked and previously answered.  We always recommend checking the community FAQ’s (Mac FAQ’s, Windows FAQ’s, Community FAQ’s) and searching to check for any already existing conversations before starting a new thread.

If you aren't able to find an existing conversation and would like to start a new post, simply click the “New Post” icon in the upper right of every community page and choose whether to start a new discussion or new question.

Select a category – When creating a new post in the community, selecting the correct category can be very important to ensure you receive timely and accurate information.  There are several different categories available to choose from, broken down by the Windows or Mac version of Quicken, the Mobile and Web companion apps and even a section for asking questions about using the community.

Discussion Title – this is the subject line of your post and is intended to provide a brief overview of your question or issue.   Adding a clear and concise subject line allows other users to see the post and provide the best advice or help.

Type your Message – This section is where the body of your post should be entered.  Be sure to include details like the version and/or release of Quicken you are using, any error codes or messages you may be receiving, any troubleshooting steps you may have already tried or any other details that you think might be helpful for other users to know.

Tags – We highly recommend adding tags to your posts.  Tags are another way to let other users know what your post is about.  They aid when searching through the community and help to provide more accurate search results. You can even click on a tag to see all posts, regardless of which category they are in, that have been tagged for that subject or issue.

If you aren’t able to complete your post, the “Save Draft” button will save your text so you can come back and finish it later.  To find your saved drafts, click “My Drafts” under the Quick Links on the upper right, or click on your profile picture and select “Drafts”

Quicken Windows

Release R37.37 (US Versions, Dec 2021)

What's Fixed

  • Errors related to deactivating or reauthorizing accounts.
  • An issue causing some Quicken instances to crash.
  • An issue with Capital One and Charles Schwab account balances not displaying in the register.

Release R36.45 (US Versions, Nov 2021)

What's Fixed

  • Issues with deactivating investment accounts that are connected through Direct Connect.
  • Connection issue with Charles Schwab resulting in missing transactions.
  • Issues syncing investment accounts between desktop and mobile/web.

Release R36.41 (US Versions, Nov 2021)

What's Fixed
  • A few internal bug fixes and improvements.

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