Feature Request: Option to search by date

I didn't see this previously requested, but I found several responses from the company stating the only way to display a date range is to manually modify the URL. That's a clunky solution at best. Every time I want to do it, I have to find the support forum answer for the format and then type it in. When I complete the search, Mint modifies the URL so much that I can't simply adjust the date and re-search. I need to delete most of the URL and then type in my new date range. It doesn't seem like it would be a very hard task to build in a user-friendly date search since the functionality is already in the system. Thanks.


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This feature is especially helpful during tax time. I can easily find all of my transactions that would qualify for tax deduction here. I do remember this function being in place before and I don't understand the rationale behind not having a date filter "by design" as one moderator put it. Why would you purposefully choose to take away filtering options on a search. It makes absolutely no sense to me.

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