PLEASE! future budgeting...soon?

Please Mint! I am a huge fan! Really! But please... include future budgeting. I don't want to have to change financial management accounts but it really puts a bigger stress knowing that I have to wait until the 1st of every month to create a new budget.  

...just thought I would make my voice heard.




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I wouldn't hold your breath for Mint to add features. It feels like a dead product to me. I have feature requests with 100's of comments of support from other users ignored for years at this point. Personal Capital has some of the ones I'm after (better 2 factor support, better investment analytics), and they seem a lot more responsive to feedback FWIW. No I don't work for them. Just fed up with Mint and their poor user support and lack of concern for adding features.

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