Has anyone exported several years of YNAB 4.0 into Quicken or other?

Hi,

Has anyone successfully exported all their YNAB transactions (with links across accounts) to Quicken for Mac?  

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  • Hi Tozovac !

    I haven't personally tried this, but I was able to find an article with some helpful links. Quicken for Mac is able to import "CSV Mint files" and YNAB exports CSV files. There's a converter listed in that article if you want to convert the CSV file to a QIF file, which Quicken also imports.

    I hope that helps!

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      • Alice_Blue_Sun.1
      • 8 mths ago
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      Thank you.

      Has anyone tried to export from YNAB 4/classic into Quicken (particularly Quicken for Mac) via the "CSV Mint files," and does the process keep the transfer links between accounts?

      I.e., has anyone moved from YNAB 4 to a current/recent version of Quicken for Mac and gained back all the correct line items in each account as well as the transfer links between accounts?

      Thank you!

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      • Alice_Blue_Sun.1
      • 3 wk ago
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      Faness Thanks again.   Just downloaded a 30-day trial of Quicken For Mac and can't import the QIF files or CSV file from YNAB4.   Started with a New file/budget, then selected "Import QIF from another program," and, nothing.   Wondering if the issue is on YNAB's output end of things or Quicken's importing end of things.

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      • Tozovac
      • Alice_Blue_Sun.1
      • 3 wk ago
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      Faness Hi again, I noticed that when I create a QIF export file with YNAB, the many splits in transactions are lost and all are dumped into an uncategorized category.  Is there any way to get export files from YNAB that retain all the split subcategory items?

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  • First of all, the last Quicken for Mac that wasn't complete garbage was 2007.  Seriously, move on.  I switched to Banktivity, after occasionally trial-running competitors and it has continued come out the winner.  I just tried importing an old YNAB4 .csv file to it, and yep, it did it.  Might have to clean up some stuff to your liking, but worked fine.  

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