Manually upload transactions for unsupported banks, e.g. Synchrony?

It would be useful to be able to manually upload transactions (e.g. in Quicken or CSV format) for unsupported banks such as Synchrony.  For instance my Sam's Club online account allows you to download a list of transactions in well-known formats.  Then it would be trivial to allow a user to periodically upload this information to Mint.

Taking this a step further, the dock app could do this automatically.



I can certainly appreciate how that feature would be helpful for tracking transactions from unsupported banks.  I have added the "feature request" tag to this thread, but your suggestion will be best heard by submitting it to our support team with the Contact Mint form, and using the "I have a great product idea" topic:


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