Cloud based Quicken

What to know:

Quicken Cloud is responsible for transmitting your information from Quicken Desktop to Quicken Mobile, and vice versa. When you create a Quicken ID, Quicken Cloud account is automatically created but you don’t have to use it. Quicken data can’t be restored from Quicken cloud as the Quicken Cloud is not a backup, and Quicken Cloud can’t be accessed from anywhere except the desktop as well as mobile Quicken products.

If you are searching for a Quicken cloud backup service, please check the information regarding Dropbox and Quicken.

If you want to turn off the Cloud sync from One Step Update, then in the One Step Update Settings screen, uncheck the box next to Sync to Quicken Cloud.

  • The latest transactions from your banks are automatically downloaded by Quicken Cloud. The latest transactions will always be available on your mobile device. You will be allowed to view as well as edit transactions from anywhere you have mobile access. Please note that Quicken Cloud is not a backup. The actual data is always stored on the desktop. Quicken Desktop data cannot be restored with the help of data in the Quicken Cloud.
  • As you start mobile sync in your Quicken file, syncing transactions to the Quicken Cloud will initiate. Then you can sync from the Quicken Cloud to your mobile device, so your latest transactions are always visible to you.
  • Information movement is bi-directional between the desktop and mobile device, and vice versa. Two-way adjust implies that exchange refreshes, (for example, ordering any exchange, including an ongoing buy, or connecting another receipt) on the cell phone will consequently match up to your Quicken desktop program as well as be added to your Quicken file.
  • Everything will match after syncing: Transactions, balances, as well as budget results, regardless of the location you choose to view your data from.
  • To log in to the mobile app, use your Quicken ID: Your Quicken file is associated with your Quicken ID; log in with your Quicken ID to sync your mobile device to your Quicken file.
  • Now the Quicken Cloud data can be deleted, although at least one data file needs to be synced to the cloud.

How to edit or delete Cloud datasets in Quicken for Windows?

Multiple datasets can be accessed on your mobile device, dataset names can be edited, and deleted that you no longer want to sync to the Cloud, after the recent Cloud Service updates.

Instructions

  1. Go to Edit > Preferences > Cloud Accounts. For editing, click on Edit cloud account name.
  2. After doing the desired change, click OK.
  3. Click Cloud accounts associated with this Quicken ID, to delete a dataset from the Cloud.
  4. Highlight the dataset name and then click Delete.

Note: Currently open dataset can’t be deleted.

How to edit or delete Cloud datasets in Quicken for Mac?

Multiple datasets can be accessed on your mobile device, dataset names can be edited, and deleted that you no longer want to sync to the Cloud, after the recent Cloud Service updates.

Instructions

  1. Go to Quicken > Preferences
  2. Then the Connected Services tab and then click See all Cloud Accounts to check the nickname(s) of the dataset.
  3. Go to the Dataset manager and then click on the pencil icon at the bottom of the page, to edit the dataset.
  4. Click the minus icon at the bottom of the page and then confirm, to delete a dataset from the cloud.

Note: Currently open dataset can’t be deleted. Close the Cloud Accounts list and the Preferences window to switch to a different data file and then go to File > Open.

Price And Availability

Subscription fee on Quicken Online or Cloud is finally dropped by Intuit, its Web-based financial software that competes with Mint, Geezeo, Buxfer, as well as Wesabe. The company is still selling, software versions of Quicken, as completely separate products.

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