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Have the ability to open two datafiles at the same time

Have the ability to open two datafiles at the same time for Reckon Accounts desktop.

  • Guest
  • Mar 17 2018
  • Unlikely to be implemented
  • Jul 10, 2021

    Admin response

    Unfortunately, after many hours investigating this feature, we keep hitting issues at various points. Once we have one obstacle solved, another one presents itself. It is therefore with regret that we'll need to close this idea and mark as 'will not implement'.

    A special shout out to our dev team who spent a lot of personal, unpaid time on this whilst trying to solve.

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    Jason Hollis commented
    9 Aug 04:19am

    Hi. This request is for DESKTOP as yep, this is possible in HOSTED. Sorry for any confusion caused.

  • Guest commented
    8 Aug 08:51am

    I have achieved this by opening two different browsers (Chrome and Edge) and using two separate user logons on the same PC. The two browser sessions are not aware of each other so can operate independently. This is not an ideal solution because it involves needing access to a second logon.

    A word of caution is that one needs to be very aware of which company you are working in ....

    Even providing read only access to the second company file would be useful to me to lookup data or just how you did an infrequent transaction in another company file.


  • Guest commented
    18 Jun 02:38am

    I agree, this is long overdue.

  • Guest commented
    17 Jan 10:32pm

    Needed. And overdue

  • Guest commented
    7 Jan 07:41am

    Agree

  • Guest commented
    20 Nov, 2020 12:19am

    You could try split screen display mode on your computer? Simply open the first data file, right click anywhere on the task bar and select display windows side by side, open the other file and drag it by the tab to the other half of the screen.

    You should now see the two files side by side.

    Cheers

    John P.

  • Guest commented
    20 Jun, 2018 12:25am

    This would be very helpful and time saving.