Could we get a manual override/correction for transactions and calculations

It seem like a lot of the problems submitted are because Mint somehow has not entered transactions, entered them with some sort of error, or has made some sort of error (or maybe just an undesirable assumption) in calculation.
It would be a lot easier for us and maybe for Mint too if the user could add and delete transactions and change transactions and calculations.
Seeing that Mint is not an official record of anything and is just for the convenience of the user, why not?


Hello rayinhi,

Thank you for your Mint transaction suggestion! Mint's product team will view your idea. You probably are aware, but I wanted to note that you can mark transactions as duplicates, which acts the same as a deletion would.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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