Each of your bank accounts are available on your hAIbooks banking page where you can :

  • View the balance of its transactions and the balance of unreconciled transaction items.

  • View and edit account details like sort code and account number.

  • Import and export transactions.

  • Connect an automated bank feed.

  • Add, manage and archive transactions.

  • Add and manage rules for transactions.

You can see all your different bank accounts and add a new bank account from this page.

Your bank account page contains lots of detail and functionality:

Account Information

The Account Information block at the top of the page will show you:

  • The sort code and account number for the account.

  • The balance of transactions.

  • The balance of unreconciled transactions.

On your Bank page select Reconcile Transactions. That page allows you to edit and manage your account. To :

  • Add a transaction, select Manage Account and then Add Transaction from the drop down-menu.

  • Export transactions, select Manage Account and then select Export from the drop-down menu.

  • Add a rule, select Manage Account and then select Add Rule from the drop-down menu.

  • To view the rules of a bank account, select Manage Account and then select List of rules from the drop-down menu.

  • Edit the account details, select Manage Account and then select Edit Account from the drop-down menu.

Transaction Tabs

Your bank account page has three tabs:

All Transactions. This tab shows a list of all the transactions for this bank account.

To Reconcile. This tab shows a list of transactions that have been uploaded from your bank feed or imported through an Excel spreadsheet and have not as yet been reconciled with the transactions you’ve entered into hAIbooks through your normal day-to-day business e.g. through invoicing. On this page you can connect your bank account by clicking on Connect or Reconnect.

Archived . This tab shows a list of all the transactions for this bank account that have been archived.

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