Correct and nor did I state anywhere that it did, but the Guide does mention “or something short and convenient” where I merely added an illustration with “ie an informal name or nickname”.
Can you please provide factual proof of where I have distorted what you wrote by adding my own words within the quotes " ", where once again I merely added an illustration with “ie a formal name”
Correct and neither did I claim that the you or the Guide did state that anywhere, however you seemed to have again misinterpreted the inserted illustration points “ie” as somehow being a direct contribution by yourself or the Guide. They weren’t as they were never presented as a contributor’s comment - within enclosed quotes " ".
I never stated a “want” anywhere, I have only ever being highlighting how the one data entry point seems to have contradiction - Business tab naming v’s financial report naming - or the Guides description of use v’s your financial report comment of use.
Unbelievable. Once again can you please provide factual proof of where anywhere in that original statement it set out to represent you or your comments.
The original statement was merely an objective summing up of the contradictory positions with a suffix that you would probably have some self justification explanation for that.
Below is an edited version of that statement to provide you with better clarity:
“Therefore Manager (not you), allowing users to create informal business names while requiring users to use formal business names for the financial reports from the same data input location is a contradiction.”
You keep saying that, but that isn’t the way that the Guide has explained to the user how it works:
“You can enter the formal legal name, a trade name, or something short and convenient. This name should be something that allows you to identify the business among others in the Businesses tab.”
The user can only rely upon the Guide’s content and not any undisclosed content.
By utilising the reports field.