How can my Name be added on the Overview "report"/screen showing all my accounts and funds and debts? has a perfect place for me to add all my funds and debts and see them all in one place. This is very helpful when I have to renew our small business loans annually as the bank requests an accounting of all my assets and liabilities.  The only thing missing from this report is having my Name on the screen showing it is my account and not someone else's.  Can you please put the Account owner's name on the overview page, large enough to see,  so we can print it out and be able to send this document to the banks?????

It should not be hard to extract our First and Last Name and add it in big letters (maybe 12-15 Font size) to the top of the page.  Something as simple as Hello "First name Last name" and welcome back or This is the account of "First name last name".  That way when we print the Overview screen, it will show all our pertinent data. 

Currently there is my email address in tiny font at the top right of the page, but when printed out, is very hard to read and it is not my name, but my email address.


wegenmaier ... the option we discussed in this thread should work for this need ...

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