Transaction list daily totals


#1

Just a thought but I would find it quite good to have a daily net spend in the transaction list (ignoring any movements in and out of goals although I guess that could be an option). Something like the attached! Thoughts anyone?


#2

It does exactly that on Android!


#3

That’s interesting - not on iOS! Given they’ve mentioned about bringing feature parity across platforms hopefully it will be on iOS soon!!


#4

I was just about to say the same! How frustrating that you don’t get that on iOS. Such a simple addition, too!


#5

This was raised many months ago but still nothing implemented in iOS…


#6

Hi Henry, sorry about that. We actually implemented it on iOS as well but we had a severe performance regression and by the time I managed to fix it was already too late and the build shipped without it. Let me see what I can do.


#7

Does this mean it will be coming in the next release?


#8

No promises. But It will get our attention and if all is good it might.


#9

No worries, thanks for the update Kris.


#10

Would be great to see it on iOS soon :crossed_fingers:


#11

Yes be good to see on iOS and thanks for update.


#12

Come on @Kris , be a bit more committed! :slightly_frowning_face:


#13

If it’s already written and any performance issues fixed why wouldn’t it go into the next build?


#14

Daily totals by popular demand :hugs:


#15

Nice one @Kris you said you would see what you can do, and boom you delivered!


#16

I would love the option to choose between seeing total income/spend to main account or being able to ignore transfers in/out of goals. Eg - I have a ‘bills’ goal and when a bill comes out my main account I transfer that amount from my bills goal to the main pot (theory being that on pay day I transfer every expected spend amount into various goals leaving behind my expendable income). So if I had a bill of say £20 then my transaction feed would have one debit of £20 (out to the payee) and one credit of £20 from my bills goal. My actual daily spend would be £20 but the feed would tell me it’s £0. Any chance this could be looked at @Kris


#17

The daily spend totals are net, so £300 value of spend tranactions, with a £300 income receipt, the spending total is showing £0.00. Surely daily spend and daily income totals would be better. As it stands, the Customer still has to do manual calculations to get a spending total.