πŸš€Our Android App is LIVE

Hi folks,

It's been a long wait but we are proud to announce that our Android App is now available of Google Play.

Features include:

  • Get real-time push notifications straight after paying with Qonto
  • View and edit all your company's transactions
  • Attach photos of receipt to your transactions
  • Manage your team's physical and virtual cards directly from the App
  • Unlock App with Fingerprint
  • Switch from a Qonto account to another in a tap
  • Chat with our help desk to give us ideas and feedback

We have tested/QA-ed this app a lot, yet we are never 100% sure that everything is perfect. Please, send us your feedback at beta-android@qonto.eu if you find any bug to report. The email will go straight to our Product Manager in charge of mobile for lightening speed actions on our side.

Also, we are already working on a bunch of features that we find relevant, such as transfers, search/filter or OCR on receipt. Those will be rolled out over the coming weeks.

Stay tuned 🐭!

🏁 iOS App v1.2.1 is live

You can now download our new iOS App!

It includes new features such as:

  • Find your transactions in seconds by using our new "quick access" filtering capability (my transactions, attachments status or methods);
  • Add VAT rates to your transactions; we are just a few versions away to make your accounting lightening speed!
  • New transactions are highlighted when visiting the History section;
  • New transaction header with a better UI.

Don't forget to leave us a 5-star rating if you enjoy using our App πŸ™ƒ.

New attributes available in the Transaction Model

Hello Qonto-ers!

You've been quite a few to show interest, and we have consequently added a couple of attributes for the transactions endpoint in our API that you may want to be aware of:

  • side: returns if a transaction is a debit or a credit
  • operation_type: returns the transaction type
  • local_amount: returns the amount in currency
  • local_amount_cents: returns the amount in currency's smallest decimal
  • local_currency: returns the currency of the transaction

For instance, for a card payment of €10.50, these attributes would return :

{
  "side": "debit",
  "operation_type": "card",
  "local_amount": 10.5,
  "local_amount_cents": 1050,
  "local_currency": "EUR"
}

We also published a First Implementation cook book to have you get your hands less dirty πŸ™ˆ.

As usual, feel free to get back to us with your feedback at support@qonto.eu

A bientΓ΄t!

πŸ––πŸ» BIC are not needed anymore when creating a SEPA transfer!

Hey!

You do not need to input a BIC anymore when creating a new SEPA transfer (we just need an IBAN). We will get it automatically for you in the backstage!

This also works for bulk transfers (from an XML file). However, make sure to keep the BIC argument even if the field remains empty ("< BIC >< BIC >").

Have a good week-end πŸ˜‡!

⛳️ Import beneficiaries from a CSV file

Aloha!

Several customers of ours are moving from their traditional bank to Qonto (exclusively). We are feeling really excited about it and have decided to invest a bit of time to make their lives easier.

From now on, you can import a list of beneficiaries from a CSV file (300 max per file) that you can either fill manually or export from your traditional bank account interface.

See how it works:

As usual, your feedback is very important to us. Feel free to drop us a line at support@qonto.eu to follow-up.

Speak soon πŸ’«!

β›· We have an open API!

Hey folks,

Due to increasing demand and because we believe in a world more open πŸ„πŸ», we have decided to open some of our API's endpoints to any third-party application. If you are an accounting software company, a bank account aggregator or a tech person willing to build your own Qonto app client, this feature is for you!

Our API is pretty basic for now:

  • You can authentify users in a secured manner
  • You can fetch IBANs and balances
  • You can import all transactions

Obviously, more possibilities will come over time!

You can find the API documentation by clicking here. As this feature is still in beta, please send us your comments and feedback at support@qonto.eu so we can keep improving it.

Also, users retreiving Qonto transactions through a third-party application will need to sign-in using specific credentials. Those can be found in the Settings section of the Qonto App. See below:

Hasta luego πŸ––πŸ»!

πŸ€“ Keep track of your VAT

Qonto-ers!

We now allow you to input your expenses' VAT amount straight from the transaction right-panel and add the invoice/receipt issuing country (this matters for accounting reasons).

We have also included quick access buttons to common VAT rates (at least for France, where most of our customers are based).

Some transactions might be subject to several VAT rates on the same invoice/receipts. You can easily type your VAT amount without using our quick access buttons.

We've also added a column in the export files, which contains the VAT amount; you'll then be able to import your transactions with VAT amount in your accounting software!

Speak soon! πŸ™‚

πŸ™‡ Import your transactions automatically in Tiime. Great for freelancers!

Hi everyone,

It has just become super easy to import your transactions (and balance) automatically in Tiime.

Just click on "Sync now" on the Bank section, search Qonto and type your credentials. If you have more than one Qonto linked to your user account, you'll be offered to choose the ones you'd like to import in Tiime.

Have a look:

See you soon for more updates!🦁

πŸš€ Import bulk transfers from XML files (perfect for payrolls)

Hi folks!

We are pleased to introduce you a new way to wire money: multiple-transfers

The idea behind it is to make it easy for you to execute a list of transfers in bulk from a XML file coming from your accounting or payroll softwares (could be Zoho, could be Payfit).

We've started to use the feature here at Qonto for our monthly payroll and it's pretty sweet! We hope you like it πŸ™‚!

See how it works:

You can read more about it here.

πŸ’œπŸ’šπŸ’œ

πŸ’₯ Export in CSV and QIF to your accounting tools (Quickbooks, Sage, Cegid and more)

Aloha!

From now on, you can export all your transactions in file formats supported by most accounting softwares, such as Quickbooks, Xero or Sage).

You can learn more on how to do that here.

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