Time-Stamp Missing in One Step Update Summary [Edited]

salsburyg
salsburyg Member ✭✭
edited March 16 in Display/UI (Windows)
The One Step Update Summary is fine as far as it goes.
It would be more useful if it included a Time-Stamp of its reference.
I run Quicken everyday - at least once a day - and click the OSU Button on the Toolbar when I'm ready.
If I get diverted and maybe forget my OSU click the Summary with a Time-Stamp would aid in remembering if I'm 'current'.
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  • Quicken Jared
    Quicken Jared Moderator mod
    salsburyg said:
    The One Step Update Summary is fine as far as it goes.
    It would be more useful if it included a Time-Stamp of its reference.
    I run Quicken everyday - at least once a day - and click the OSU Button on the Toolbar when I'm ready.
    If I get diverted and maybe forget my OSU click the Summary with a Time-Stamp would aid in remembering if I'm 'current'.
    Hello @salsburyg,    

    I am sorry for any confusion or frustration you may have experienced. Thank you for taking the time to discuss this with us here on the Quicken Community.

    This feature should already exist within Quicken for Windows. You can see the screenshot attached just below for further confirmation.



    Is the One Step Update Summary failing to appear after you update your accounts? 

    I hope this is helpful.

    Thanks,

    Quicken Jared 
  • Rocket J Squirrel
    Rocket J Squirrel SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    @Quicken Jared Whose optometrist decided that time stamp should be light gray on lighter gray in order to sell more eyeglasses?
    Quicken user since version 2 for DOS, now using QWin Premier Subscription on Win10 Pro.
  • salsburyg
    salsburyg Member ✭✭
    Thank you I think.
    I guess I never noticed the VERY lightly greyed out date-stamp on each 'success' line.
    That should be improved.
    What I was really driving at is an overall header type statement the stamps the entire display.
    When an OSU attempt reports a failure I don't see any 'when' reference.
    If all fail there's no indication (that I can find) as to the when of the summary.

    I still think an overall header type line - pass or fail - is called for
    Geo. S.