All Transactions

The All Transactions page will show any transactions that took place outside of your financial institution's ecosystem. This means any transactions that did not originally initiate from our application, like an ATM withdrawal. You can come to this page to view these transactions and then code them appropriately. 

In order to navigate to this page, you will want to follow this path:

  • Click on the Cash Out tab from the Dashboard
  • Click on the Transactions tab from this drop-down

When you are on this page, there are a few different things you can do, and we'll go through each option individually:

View

Sort

Code

View

Viewing these transactions can either be done on this page, or by exporting this to Microsoft Excel. We would recommend viewing these on the application if you can, seeing as these transactions will need to be coded through this page.  On the far left of each line item, you will see a small black arrow; clicking this will open up more detail about the transaction. It also displays the memo field if you would like to write a memo on a specific transaction. The Category column will show the category that was automatically assigned to that line item. This category is based on the description of the transaction, so it may or may not be the best match for that line item. This is why you will want to code these transactions; so that you can make sure that they are accounted for properly.

Sort

If you are looking for a certain transaction or would like to merely sort all of these transactions, you can click any of the column headers to sort in either ascending or descending order. At the bottom of this page, you will see page numbers if there are multiple pages of transactions, and also a drop-down to choose the number of transactions to display per page. Please keep in mind that depending on how many items you choose to display on the page and your sorting order, the transaction you are looking for may not be on the first page. 

Code

Coding may seem like a big task, but all this really means is choosing where these transactions should hit your budget. Since the items on this page have all originated from outside of the our application, they will not be coded against a category. This means that these items, although affecting your cash balances like normal, will not have impacted your financial statements. You therefore will want to code these transactions so that all of your finances stay in balance and appropriately accounted for. Here's how you go about coding transactions:

  • Choose a specific transaction with the selection button on the left end of that row.
  • If you would like to code all transactions, you can click the Select All option at the top of the list.
  • After this, you will want to select a category for each specific transaction that you have selected. 
  • Please note that there will always be a default category that is automatically assigned based on the description of the transaction. Since this category is assigned based solely on what is in the description, it is possible that it may not be the best fit; you should therefore take the time to review each line item before submitting. 
  • Once you have selected the proper category (or at least reviewed the automatically assigned ones), you only need to click the [Save Transactions] button to submit these!

 

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