Adding reconcile feature in the future?

From reading the responses here it is clear that there is no "Reconcile" functionality within Mint.  I see that some people are using tags but that is less than helpful because there's no quick way to search for or view non-reconciled transaction.  Given the number of people asking about this feature, is it something that Mint plans to add in the future?


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I agree, this is a lacking feature. I requested it years ago without any change. I have been using a 'Reconciled' tag and it's working fine. You can search these by typing the following for example - show all Wal-Mart transactions that are not reconciled:

-reconciled payee:wal-mart

(or something very similar)

I hope this helps. Thanks.

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