Why are the national average charts only showing my spending?

On pages (such as 'transactions') that show the bar graph on the right hand side with header "You vs. US Avg" where green is designated to represent my spending and blue for the US average, only my spending is shown on the actual chart. I am finding no way to view the actual US average or make any comparisons, as the bar to show the US avg is absent all together. How can this be corrected?


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Hi lewiskv,

This is a known issue. A bug has been filed, but I don't have an ETA on when it'll get fixed, sine there are other higher priority bugs (that affect core features in the product) that will need to be addressed first.

I'm very sorry for any inconvenience this causes in the meantime.


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