When can we expect weekly and bi weekly budgets to be incorporated?

With budgets such as "eating out" or "fun" in my case, I can have 10-30 transactions per week. Budgeting on a monthly basis would mean having 40-120 transactions before the period ends. For me, this makes it more difficult to budget because the budgets with the most transactions are the hardest stay on track with. Having a weekly budget option is really essential for me to budget effectively, and until this option is incorporated, I'm forced to use a different solution with this weekly budgeting capability (even though I really like mint). 



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I apologize for any inconvenience caused by the current functionality of the Budgets feature in Mint.  Unfortunately there are not any currently announced plans to expand or add feature to Budgets, so I wouldn't be able to give you any time-frame on when any budgets smaller than the current monthly option would be available.  However, I certainly understand your points about how such functionality would be more convenient, and I have tagged your post as a feature request so that the developers can see it for future consideration.


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