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      11 comments  ·  Feature Request  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Thank you all for the feedback.

      The csv importer is currently being improved on the development branch. Several of the missing parts mentioned here are already being addressed, such as:

      - ability to select transfer account
      - ability to import files exported from gnucash
      - remember account mappings for a future import

      Herwig commented  · 

      I agree the "import transactions from CSV" needs further improvment.
      i would like to be able to import data like the following automatically from one file:

      <TransactionNumer> ; <Date> ; <Account_From> ; <Account_To> ; <Description>

      1001;03.01.2017;Revenues:RevSubcategory1;Assets:Receivables:Customer1;Descritionsomething
      1002;03.01.2017;Revenues:RevSubcategory2;Assets:Receivables:Customer1;Descritionsomething
      1003;03.01.2017;Revenues:RevSubcategory1;Assets:Receivables:Customer2;Descritionsomething
      1004;03.01.2017;Revenues:RevSubcategory4;Assets:Receivables:Customer2;Descritionsomething

      at the moment you only seem to be able to import transactions for one account-from at the time.
      it semms to be the same with with the invoice importer function, a file like the following would import
      all the invoices to Customer 00001

      111;28.01.2017;00001;;Description_Invoice1;;Description_Invoice1;Work;Revenues:4010;1;10,10;$;=;0;no;;;28.01.2017;28.01.2017;Assets:Receivables:00001;Description_Invoice1;
      112;29.01.2017;00002;;Description_Invoice2;;Description_Invoice2;Work;Revenues:4020;1;20,20;$;=;0;no;;;29.01.2017;29.01.2017;Assets:Receivables:00002;Description_Invoice2;

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