I have a personal account and a family joint account.
When I import the csv to iCompta, I see for example -2000 in my personal account, and +2000 in my family account.
However, when I explain the -2000 as a transfer between the personal account and the family account, iCompta doesn't match the -2000 with the +2000, and create an extra trasaction.
Now I have -2000 in my personal account, and +4000 in my family account (2 x +2000).
So I have to manually delete one of the +2000 transactions.
Is it how it should work?
Or is there a way to have the two transactions match automatically?
(I mean, if I register the -2000 as a transfer, and iCompta see a +2000 in the same day, it automatically explain the +2000 as a transfer as well)
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The transactions won't match automatically, it's not supposed to behave like that. If you want to make them match you need to select the two transactions and then right click > Convert as transfer.