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  • Split transactions in the mobile app

    From the article: You can only split by amounts in the mobile app.... To split by percentage, you will need to log into your account via a web browser.

  • Hide a bank in the mobile app

    From the article: If you don't want to see transactions from a particular bank account, you can hide the account or delete the account from the app altogether.

  • Create and manage rules in the mobile app

    From the article: You can use rules to tell us to always mark certain transactions a particular way.... For example, let's say you bought some office supplies from OfficeXpress.

  • Protect my account better (tips)

    From the article: At Intuit, we're dedicated to keeping your data safe and secure.... We use industry-leading methods to make sure that your personal and financial information is always Here are some tips on how you can help to keep your account secure: Don't share your I

  • Use rules to speed up reviewing and categorizing transactions

    From the article: You can use rules to always mark certain transactions a certain way.... For example, let's say you bought some office supplies from Staples.

  • Downloading Transaction Log from the mobile app

    From the article: QuickBooks Self-Employed Mobile app now allows users to email a CSV report of their transaction information to themselves.

  • How can I upgrade or switch to another QuickBooks product? (International)

    From the article: If QuickBooks Self-Employed is not quite right for you here's how to switch to another version of QuickBooks, and/or cancel your subscription.

  • Import older transactions for mobile-only regions

    From the article: To import older transactions (beyond 90 days transactions), follow the steps below: Login to QuickBooks Self-Employed app.

  • About secure bank connections

    From the article: It's very safe to connect your bank accounts with our product.... Intuit, the folks who also make TurboTax and Mint, is a well-established and highly trusted company that supports millions of businesses and customers worldwide, many of whom connect to th

  • Error 108

    From the article: Error 108 means there's a message on your bank's website that requires you to take action.... Some examples are: New terms of service A special offer An announcement regarding maintenance or other site changes To resolve the error, sign in to your bank's

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