Showing reconciled items on iPhone, iPad, Android devices

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06 Jan, 2024 04:21 PM

Isn't there a simple way to indicate on iPhone/iPad/Android devices that certain items have been reconciled in an account? The entire reconcile process doesn't need to be added to these the mobile program, but an indication that certain items have been reconciled, such as a colored dot (similar to what appears on the regular program). This could be very helpful.

  1. 1 Posted by dwg on 06 Jan, 2024 09:37 PM

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    I'm a fellow user.

    Today you cannot.

    While I cannot comment specific on your request there are signs that there are plans to enhance the mobile applications.

    Prior to Moneydance 2022 the language that Moneydance was written in, although supported on Desktop systems like Windows, macOS and Linux was not supported on the mobile O/S. So while it was relatively easy to support Moneydance across all desktop operating systems, the language is not supported, and would not be supported, on the mobile platforms, i.e. IOS and Android. Thus the mobile applications were really separate platforms, with total different code bases.

    With Moneydance 2023, users would not see much in the way of changes to Moneydance, however this was a big update under the hood, this update involved a lot of the Moneydance core being ported to a new language which not only supports the traditional desktop systems but also supports the mobile platforms.

    So we are getting to the point where additional capability can be bought into the mobile platforms, since it is possible to have a single code base, exactly what capabilities we do not know, or what differences there may be between say tablets and phones.

  2. System closed this discussion on 06 Apr, 2024 09:40 PM.

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