Why can't I view and edit the income subcategories in the budget section on the mobile app?

On the mobile app for iPhone, when I go to the budget section, I cannot see the income subcategories. For the expenses I can see each budgeted subcategory and edit it, as well as add new ones. But for income I only see the total income budgeted, and not the separate subcategories within income. I would really like to be able to see, edit, and add new income subcategories from the mobile app. Will that ability be added anytime soon?



I'm sorry again for the limitations of the Mint mobile app in comparison to the full desktop website.  Like with your other question regarding budgets (https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1104121), I have tagged this post as a feature request and passed along your feedback.  Unfortunately I do not have any timeframe as to when or if the functionality of the app would be improved.  


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