Csv files from the Co-op bank are not importing correctly. I never used to have a problem with this and now I have to use the ‘Other’ as bank importing function.
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There are issues importing Co-operative bank statements in all the formats I have tried.
I have to resort to “other” as the bank and manually match up the columns.
Can this be fixed ASAP please as this is a pain in the a%^ after loosing the bank link feature.
BTW Co-Operative now advertise that they support open banking so I assume we will get linking back again soon?
This is the header from the CSV export from the bank, it is the Customer Reference column that is most useful as a descriptio…
The Coop have recently changed their user interface rather significantly. Has anybody worked out how to upload csv statements to Quickfile? The csv file syntax has changed and both deposits and withdrawals are being treated as withdrawals now.
Problem is that it looks like Coop have a consistency error with their csv format. Positive numbers are in double quotes while negative numbers (e.g. withdrawal) are not.
Please can I ask the QF gurus to change the format QF expects for csv imports from …
Will Quickfile be updating the way the Co-op bank csv files get imported? I am not sure if the change happened because the Co-op bank changed the way the information gets exported into the csv when they updated their online banking interface or this happen on your end.
I hope you will look into it soon.
We will update this shortly, but for now you should use the “Other” option.
If you would like to send an example of a .CSV file to
@QFSupport in a private message, we can take a look and ensure it works with the updated settings.
Mathew I am happy to send you one of my CSV files that I tried uploading today and it missed out one row completely if you private message me
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