Learn how to troubleshoot the bank feed when your bank transactions are no longer coming in as expected.
When your bank feed has issues, there are two main ways you can try to fix it:
Re-authenticating the Bank Feed
Sometimes bank feeds needs to be re-authorized, which simply means you need to enter your credentials again. To do this, go to the
Bank Feeds page.
There you'll see all your bank feed connections.
If you need to re-authenticate the feed, you will see an exclamation mark beside the connection.
To re-authenticate, all you need to do is click on the
Edit button and re-enter your credentials.
If the re-authentication is successful, transactions will resume importing into the
Banking page. You may need to wait 24 hours before transactions start to import.
Removing and Re-adding the Bank Feed
In some cases, a re-authentication may not work. Another solution you can try is removing the bank feed and re-adding it. To do so, go to the
Bank Feeds page.
Locate the feed with an issue and click on the
After that, re-add the bank feed by following the instructions found in this article:
When you re-add a bank feed, duplicate transactions may be imported for the last 90 days into the
Banking page. If this happens, there is a link near the top of the page that you can click on to remove all unmatched rows, as seen below.
Note: It is critical that you match/add all the income and expenses you need before you bulk remove duplicates.
The above option will remove all unmatched rows. However, if you only want to remove a single imported transaction, you can use the
Remove from Bank Statement checkbox found next to it.