Turbotax T2 carry forward to Profile 2011

As previously mentioned in this request: https://profile-en.community.turbotaxonline.ca/post/show_full/coiQfaw7Sr4AbWeJfa_1hr/can-t-seem-to-carryforward-a-em-turbotax-em-em-t2-em-return-from-2010-into-profile-em-t2-em-for-2011-any-suggestions

It seems that Profile T2 has no ability to "Carry Forward" a T2 return from Turbotax.   This is really a major flaw in your software and should be easy to resolve since Intuit develops both products.

The response from Intuit on the other question was "we will attempt to convert that for you" if you email the file to their support email.  The "we will attempt" part isn't exactly reassuring for someone considering purchasing ProFile and needing this functionality.

Can an official intuit support person please confirm whether this is *definitely* possible via emailing the previous return to support, to carry forward the T2 to ProFile 2011 from Turbotax?

Thanks.

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Mjh_ca,

I have forwarded your request to our Product Development (PD) Team and will get back to you with a definitive reply as soon as I have received a response from PD.

I will appreciate your patience in the meantime.

Thank you.
Hardev
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