One click export from spreadsheets to Money Manager

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Re: One click export from spreadsheets to Money Manager

BerythaBeasley
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Nikolay wrote:It will be available in v. 1.3.0

thanks very much.
Re: One click export from spreadsheets to Money Manager

johnyjackson
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Re: One click export from spreadsheets to Money Manager

latedev
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EdwardFlournoy wrote:I came to know about your freeware and open source project - OneClickToQIF through one of my friends who has been using it for quite some time. And as soon as I started using it, it has become a life-saver for me. It is the easiest way to move data from spreadsheets to Money Manager and I can't live without it. Thank you so much for creating this utility and sharing it here, As they say, sharing is caring.


So you can explain how to use it then ?
Re: One click export from spreadsheets to Money Manager

Nicastro
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your work is really appreciable and valuable. You can sell this project by make some updates. what say?
Re: One click export from spreadsheets to Money Manager

Adrodpo
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OneClickToQif wrote:I have used Money Manager for a long time now. It is great and useful software with lots of features.

However, my main complaint about it is regarding the Money Manager interface: IMHO, it is not the best way to enter the details of transactions for daily use.

By contrast, spreadsheets provide a faster and simpler interface. It is much easier and quicker to enter data via MS Excel or Calc than via Money Manager interface or similar applications.

In addition, most banks and credit card issuers provide account statements in spreadsheet format. I usually download the transactions of my bank accounts and credit cards from the web of banks and financial institutions, in Excel format. I find it faster and more manageable to view these transactions in the spreadsheet. However, I want to have them synchronized in Money Manager.

Also for accounts with split transactions, I find it much easier to enter data via spreadsheets, than via Money Manager interface.

On the other hand, I do not want to give up all the benefits of Money Manager, especially to manage on one site all accounts for assets, liabilities, income and expenses, and generate reports from them.

For these reasons I created OneClickToQIF: a freeware and open source project: with OneClickToQIF is very quick and easy to move data from spreadsheets to Money Manager or other bookkeeping application, using the former for insertion and some calculations, and the latter for all the functionality of a double-entry bookkeeping application.

Github project:  https://github.com/OneClickToQif/OneClickToQif

Email list / forum for the project is found here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/oneclicktoqif

I created this software for my own use, but then I uploaded it as an open source project at GitHub because I hope it could be useful for many Money Manager users. 

Regards

Thanks for the link.
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