"Save the Last Transaction"

GGLondonGGLondon Member
I've been using Quicken since it was first introduced, decades ago.  PLEASE fix this:  At least once a week I get a message to the effect of "Save the last transaction?"  But it gives me NO indication of what the program thinks that unsaved transaction actually was, and so I have to blindly Accept the SAVE, hoping that I really did just forget to save some valid entry.  But I might have unknowingly hit something with a thumb and by saving whatever I messed up, I'll have ruined a good entry.  I have complained about this for decades, but nobody cares about this very easy way to accidentally corrupt a whole file!

Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: 7/12/18: An update from our CEO, Eric Dunn.
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  • George MaysGeorge Mays Member
    edited July 2018
    I get that message also, usually two times as I’m shutting down the program.
  • UKRUKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2018
    I think it would be a good idea if Quicken were changed to make this message more meaningful and include information about the transaction in question.
    Something like:
    Save the last transaction?
    7/20/2018  Starbucks  $-5.50       [go to transaction]
    [Yes, save transaction]  [No, discard changes]

    If a moderator would change this post from a "Question" to an "Idea" we'd be able to make some progress. Ideas are brought to the attention of the programmers.

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