These settings let you match keywords from an imported file to certain categories within ClearCheckbook. An example would be if you normally fly on Southwest Airlines and the keyword
Southwest shows up regularly in your imported files, you can match that keyword to your
Travel category so that transaction will automatically be categorized properly.
You can also set up text replacement for the description, memo or payee field in your imported file. For example, if you purchase something on Amazon, the text on your statement will show up as
AMAZON.COM*276809AZ3 AMZN AMZN.COM/BILL WA 98109 US but you can set up a match to replace that string with
Toolsat the top of the page, then click on
Import Transactions. The link to the matching settings is in a blue box under the Select File form.
The form at the top of the page lets you add new matches. Whenever you import a file, ClearCheckbook will search the description, memo or payee field for the matching keyword and automatically assign the category you choose. The various fields are shown in the screenshot and explained in the table below.
||You can match text to the
||Enter a simple keyword contained in the data for your imported transaction. We will look for this keyword when you import a file and match it to the appropriate category.|
||Which category you want the matched keyword assigned to.|
||Optional. If the text from the
When you've added some matches, you will see them in the
Existing Matches list. The matches are sorted alphabetically by keyword. The
Category and which
Field the match will be applied to are all listed.
This list shows common keywords and category associations, plus the number of times you used that association, with your existing transactions over the last 12 months. You can use these suggestions to help quickly add matches for imported transactions. The suggestions are ordered by the number of times that association has been used.
Addbutton will add that suggestion as a match. Clicking the
Ignorewill hide this suggestion from appearing in this list. Clicking the
Add all associationswill convert all the listed suggestions to matches.
You can edit a match by clicking the
icon at the top right side of the match you want to edit.
When you click on the edit icon, an Edit Match form will appear where you can modify the details of the match.
You can delete a match by clicking the
icon at the top right side of the match you wish to remove. When removed, this match will no longer trigger when you import a file.