Can I import transactions from one account to another?

I have two separate Mint accounts.  One was for my husband and I before we got married.  The other is our new Mint account with all of our bank accounts combined.  We recently closed a bank account and I accidentally DELETED it instead of just closing it the Mint account menu, so all those transactions are gone forever.  I logged into our old Mint account and of course I never deleted the bank account there, so those transactions are still listed!  Can I import those transactions into our new account???


Hello Laura,

I wish I had a way to help you with this but Mint does not have any transfer data functionality, or way to upload data. I am very sorry, I wish I could do more! When you add your account, you will of course receive the 30-90 days of history then.

Mint Maggie

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