Quicken for Mac v6.7 Released
We've made great improvements to your Investing experience, and continued to focus on connectivity and overall product stability. These are some of the release highlights:
Dark Mode is ready for prime time, having graduated from being our first Early Access feature.
Quicken will match your system’s appearance by default. If you have Dark Mode turned on, or set to “Auto”, on your Mac, Quicken will change modes along with your other software. If you’d like to always view Quicken in Light or Dark, change the setting:
Go to Quicken > Preferences and then find the Appearance menu on the General tab.
Highlight Rows on Hover
Scan your transactions with a mouse or trackpad. Watch the rows highlighted for better visibility.
When you’re getting into the weeds of your finances, every little bit helps. Highlighting rows on hover is a simple and effective way to add focus to the transaction under your cursor.
Drag & Drop Cards
Rearrange the cards in your investing dashboard using drag and drop.
We continue to improve your investing experience with the ability to rearrange the cards in your dashboard. First, click, hold, and drag down from a card’s title area. Then, drop your card on top of another card to swap positions or in the gap between cards to place it to the left or right of that card.
Pie Chart Drill-Down
Drill-down into asset classes or “Other” slices from our dashboard charts to reveal more of your data.
You can now drill down to reveal securities that make up an asset class. The ability to drill down greatly improves the Asset Allocation and Allocation by Security cards. You can also select the Other slice to display the next level when you have more securities than can fit on a pie chart.
Other enhancements to the Investing features:
The new flexible Portfolio toolbar is now located in the same location as the toolbars in Dashboard and Transactions. As the window shrinks, the buttons collapse into the “"” menu.
Edit Share Price and Edit Share Balance
In all investing accounts, you can now edit the Share Price of any security. For Simple Tracking accounts, you can also edit the Share Balance.
Calculate transactions with Share Price
In our last release, we introduced the ability to calculate investment transactions using price per share instead of total cost. We’ve extended that feature to apply to Reinvest transactions.