Ethan on 22 Mar, 2020 09:33 PM
Just to add: while Moneydance can't use the function that Quicken calls Web Connect, it can accept manually downloaded QFX files. Some banks (incorrectly) give the same labels to these files, but if you can download a QFX file, you should be able to import it via File -> Import from the Moneydance menu bar, as that link Kevin gave above describes.
Just my 2 cents worth. I have the same problem with my bank. If you are a Windows user, you can associate .qfx files with Moneydance(Instead of Quicken). After downloading the QFX file, just double click the file and will load directly in Moneydance.
Not as swift as direct connect, but works quite well for me.
My back just switched from being able to select and download transactions directly into MoneyDance to downloading transactions into a CSV or QFX file. MD processed the QFX file without issue. Now I understand the need for the Confrim/Merge buttons.