Posted by AccountsPortal Gidon on 15 July 2012
Bank Import Rules can now contain wildcards or '*' symbols. This is especially helpful if the string of text you are trying to match contains fixed and dynamic data. For example a direct debit set up to pay a certain subscription may appear on your bank statement as follows:
June Statement's relevant item: 23.00, 30/06/2012, JJ Subscription June 2012, DD
July Statement's relevant item: 23.00, 31/07/2012, JJ Subscription July 2012, DD
Using a wildcard in your import rule will allow you to successfully match either scenario.
For more information on Bank Import Rules, click here.