I think that the only choice would be to start in the account that you want
to be your base for the filter then do ctrl-F and select the criteria All
Accounts = <Whatever account(s) you are looking for>. So, for example, to
find transfers from Bank1 to Cash you would start in Bank1 and select
Ctrl-F , select All Accounts from under Description, then select Cash from
the account list.
Crude but I just tried it and it works.
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 11:34 AM, Elmar <etsc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Looking at a particular account, I would like to filter by the transfer
> account within it, or perhaps just sort by the transfer account, which
> would accomplish the same thing. How can this be done? - Elmar
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