Where is net worth in the trends section of the Mint app?

The advertising for the app says "The Trends feature helps you track your credit cards, cash, spending, income, and net worth over time."  However, unlike the full website, the only trends visible in the app are spending and net income.  The net worth feature is the primary reason I have a mint account; can this please be actually added to the app, or can you instruct me how to view it?



Hello caroline,

While Trends net worth is not available on your app at this time, you can view net worth in the Overview, toward the bottom of the screen. I will add 'feature request' to your topic so that Mint's product team does view your suggestion! We value your input on what works for you in Mint and what you'd like to see in our functionality.

Thank you,

Mint Maggie

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