Questions about using the Quicken Community

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Hello All, Do you have questions related to using the Quicken Community? Ifso, we want to know what they are, so we can help you get the answers you need, as quickly as possible.

If you have a question about how to do something in Quicken Community, post it here as an answer -- if you see that your question has alreadybeen posted, then vote up that answer, so we aware of the top concerns (we’ll do ourbest to provide a quick response for each question).

If you have feedback regarding the Quicken Community, ratherthan a usage question, please create a new conversation using the Idea type (rather than Problem or Question).

Thanks, All
Quicken Dave
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Community Email Spam.

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Community email spam.How do I turn off email notifications from this community? I unchecked everything in my profile but I still keep getting junk like "You've earned 100 points" or whatever. Guess I should just change my email address to my spam account. Very annoying.Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Questions about using the Quicken Community.
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I attempted to use this site a couple of weeks ago to solve a downloading problem (so-called Intuit password doesn't work & I can't change it). Now I have another problem: I'm getting regular emails (more than 350, so far) from other Quicken users, apparently asking me for help. I can't solve my own problem, much less help them. Why are people asking me for help?
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It appears that the Get Satisfaction Forum "Solution" you are providing is overly simplistic. Is there some way to do a search and filter by most recent or oldest posts first, and then view (now or later) only posts that I have not already read.

Without the ability to use filters, it makes viewing community responses a little awkward.

Thanks for your help!

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Unfortunately, GetSatisfaction does not provide a mechanism to indicate that a post has previously been read.

This has been previously suggested to GetSat. There is an Idea post for GetSat. I will look for it and post if I can find it. You can then vote for it.

Note: this is a problem with the GetSat website, not Quicken.

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Quicken Dave:  As of March 2017, I don't see an option to 'Vote Up'.  (I'm hitting the site with FireFox on a Win10 laptop.)

Not that I wanted to Vote Up.  In fact, when I clicked on the button that asks "Helpful?" it automatically reports yes.  Bogus data collection.
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Hi @ TommyG ,

Only Ideas get voted on, others are just, if you feel the Article or Post were helpful.


That's an example.
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How do you indicate that a problem is solved?
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Only the Moderators can actually set that ... but if you originated the thread, you can post a reply that it's solved.

It's appreciated if, when posting that reply, that you relate HOW it was solved ... for others who read your post later.
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Thanks. That answers that.

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