Differences to be aware of before and after migrating to the Quicken ID
As part of Quicken's separation from Intuit, we're changing from Intuit's authentication platform (Intuit ID) to a secure Quicken platform (Quicken ID), so you'll no longer need to use your Intuit ID with Quicken. Below are some notable changes that occur when migrating from the Intuit ID to the new Quicken ID.
Why do I get an error message when I try to sync my accounts to the Cloud?
After migrating your Quicken data file (dataset) to the new Quicken ID, you'll need to review and accept any transactions in the Compare to Register tab before syncing these accounts to the Cloud. This is to ensure that none of your transactions are duplicated or overwritten during a sync.
I just migrated to the Quicken ID, and I can't find my attachments or receipts in the Mobile App.
All of your saved documents remain in your Quicken data file (data set) after migration. You just need to upload these documents to the Cloud using our document upload tool. If you had transactions or documents that were not yet synced to the desktop prior to migration, these will no longer be available.
Why am I receiving alerts from Quicken that I didn't sign up for?
After migrating to the Quicken ID, alerts were reset to the default state. You can update or disable these alerts on the Mobile and Alerts tab in Quicken.
I can't find my budget in the mobile app–how can I add it?
Budgets in the mobile app have been temporarily disabled. We're working to add these back to the Mobile App, but in the meantime, there has been no change to the budgeting tools in the desktop app.