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2016-11-22 00:00:00Product UpdatesEnglishWith the new Android 5.0 updates you can establish bank and credit cards feeds directly from your mobile and view last month's profit and...https://quickbooks.intuit.com/au/resources/product-updates/new-company-dashboard-connecting-bank-accounts-android-5-0-update/New company dashboard and connecting your bank accounts: Android 5.0 update

New company dashboard and connecting your bank accounts: Android 5.0 update

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Add bank and credit card feeds

With the new Android 5.0 updates you can now establish bank and credit cards feeds directly from your mobile, allowing you to categorise your transactions on the go.

Adding your accounts is simple just follow the steps below:

1) Tap the icon  and then tap Banking

2) Tap the + icon

3) Search for your Bank or tap your bank’s name if it appears on the list of most popular ones.

4) Enter login details and then tap Log In.

5) Tap on the Account you wish to connect and then tap Connect.

6) Fill in the details for the Chart of Account you wish to connect the feed to and then tap Save and Close.

And you’re all set, your new bank feeds are now in the palm of your hand. You can also Review and Accept Bank Transactions on the Go thanks to update 4.3.

Company dashboard

Much like iOS Update 5.0 released earlier this month, the new Company Dashboard allows you to: View Last month’s Profit and Losses and the expected impact of bank transactions awaiting review, your Open and overdue invoices and the balances of your bank accounts.

This our second release this month, learn how to Track the status of your Invoices with Android Update 4.4.

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