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How can I export my transactions?

You can export your transactions from the History section of your Qonto app. Exporting your transactions is very useful if you want to perform an analysis of your operations or proceed with accounting operations.

👉 Have a look at this article to know how to filter your transaction history.

How does it work?

In the History section, click on Export transactions, at the right of the screen. You can choose to either download all of your transactions or only the result of your filters. In both cases, you'll be offered the opportunity to export with (or without) the attachments.

If you have multiple current accounts and want to export the transactions of a specific current account, you just have to select the one you one by clicking on All accounts to filter the view.

☝️ Good to know: There is no time limit whatsoever for exporting your transactions from your Qonto account. We keep them all!

What types of formats are available?

To export your transactions, you just have to select a file format fitting your needs. There are three types of formats available:

  1. Full export in CSV format (compatible with Excel): Includes all information related to the transaction and you can select the type of separator you'd like to use in the export file. Exemple__croissant_sas_qonto_extended.csv (10 KB)
  2. Basic accounting data in CSV format (compatible with Excel): Only includes the date, description, and amount. This format is commonly used in accounting software and SaaS solutions and is compatible with Quickbooks. Here as well, you can select the type of separator you'd like to use in the export file. Exemple_croissant_sas_qonto.csv (2 KB)
  3. Basic accounting data in QIF format: This format is commonly used by accounting solutions such as Xero, Cegid or Sage. Exemple_croissant_sas_qonto.qif (3 KB)
  4. Basic accounting export in OFX format: This format is used by accounting tools such as Quadratus, Isacompta, Xero, or Cador. You will need to set up Qonto as a bank account within those tools prior to importing the OFX file, or the import could fail.

✌️ Good to know: You can automatically import your Qonto transactions and keep them synchronized with different apps. Check this article to know which ones you can connect to your Qonto account.

Useful links

How to import CSV file into QuickBooks

How to import QIF file into Xero

How to import CSV file into Sage

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