I cannot change the display order of the accounts. Also, the display differs between the iPhone app and the web browser on my pc.

Its confusing to have different order of account displays between the app and browser as you expect to see them in one order but when you switch platforms they are in another order.  Is this a feature that will be available in the future?  It would be great if I could order the display that is convenient for me, i.e. see the checking account first that I use the most and also under credit cards see the credit card I use the most.  It appears to order them by the accounts that have the most money but the account that has the most money at least in my situation is more of a savings that I rarely use.  Thanks.  Lovin Mint so far!


Hi cmclien,

Thanks for your feedback. We currently have no plans to allow users to customize the order of their accounts, but I've added the 'featurerequest' tag so our product teams can review your feedback for future consideration.


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