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Reckon Product Ideas
Make a difference by sharing your ideas with the Reckon product development team. Your votes will directly influence the product roadmap and help guide our products future direction.

Please note all new ideas remain hidden until reviewed by our team.

Announcement: May 2022
We are currently well underway building our next-gen user interfaces, starting with Payroll (already released) and soon, Invoices and Time. Where appropriate we'll add features from the Product Ideas Portal to both old and new interfaces, or, where new is replacing old, we'll add to the new range only. Thank you for your patience - building new interfaces and products takes a lot longer than adding a feature, however we are certain the new designs will ultimately provide a better all-round user experience for all our customers.

The Reckon Product Team




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Transaction rules to also perform wildcard searches

Currently transaction rules have multiple search options available however none of these options perform a wildcard search. Sometimes you need the rule to identify some text within a string of text. Currently you cannot do this in R1. I'm sure thi...
over 4 years ago in Reckon One / Banking 7 Under Consideration

Add TransferWise or Wise as a Direct Bank Data feed

TransferWise (recently rebranded as Wise) is a global bank operating in Australia and popular with businesses that need to send or recieve overseas payments. Unfortunately, Wise is not available in your bank feed choices. Given the presence of sma...
about 1 year ago in Reckon One / Banking 7 Under Consideration

Enable payment to supplier with Payid using the banking OSKO system

People are reluctant to give bank account details. Phone and Email (and other options) are now possible
over 2 years ago in Reckon One / Banking 2 Under Consideration

Reconciliation Summary to show reconciled balance as a bank rec is being completed rather than just difference

When doing a large bank rec, it enables you to check the balance against the bank statement as you go rather than having to get to the end and then find you are not in balance.
over 3 years ago in Reckon One / Banking 5 Under Consideration