Grouping Budget - Product Enhancement

Hi All, 

I've been using Mint for a very long time and have been hoping for that Mint would setup functionality so that we could group (and then expand and collapse each group) for each budget category. This would make it easy to look at, say, only Bills&Utilities at a high level and not all associated subcategories. Otherwise, I just have this huge list of budget categories that is impossible to sift through and becomes relatively meaningless over time. 

In other words (make the budget interface look better) it is in desperate need of an overhaul. That being said, I don't expect intuit to put much thought into it given their track-record with turbo-tax and the like....


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Hello varsakov,

Thank you for your suggestion for Mint categorization and budgets! I have added 'feature request' to your tags so Mint's product team views this when reviewing Mint user ideas.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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