All screenshots in the article were taken in the Dutch version of Yuki.
Bank transactions can be submitted in different ways in Yuki:
- Scanned paper statements (in exceptional cases)
- Electronic statements
- Accounting link with ABN AMRO, ING, Rabobank or Knab
- Ponto PSD2-link.
All bank transactions that have not been automatically recognised and processed by Yuki end up in the 'Bank transactions to be processed' workflow and must be processed manually by the back office.
To start actually processing the bank transactions, hover your mouse over the Back office icon in the navigation bar. Subsequently, in the now-opened screen, click on the Bank tile under Back office workflow.
The following screen is opened:
To group the bank transactions to be processed by offset accounts, click on the Group by offset account button. In the now-opened screen, the number of bank lines, general ledger accounts used and applied processing rules are shown per offset account.
By clicking on > in front of an offset account, you can use the search and replace functionality in bank transactions.
Click on > in front of a bank transaction line to process it manually. Several screens may appear depending on the situation:
- IDR has recognised bank transaction and suggested a match
- IDR did not recognise bank transaction
- Bank transaction is posted manually:
- split bank transaction
- list of possible bank transaction actions.