Why can Isee dividends in my T Rowe Price accounts on the portable IOS version but not in the PC version. Pc version only shows a graph

I get monthly dividends in two bond funds with T. Rowe Price.  They post on the last day of the month.  When I log in to Mint on my PC and click on these accounts, I cannot see the monthly dividend.  I am shown only a graph of the growth of the fund.  When I look at the portable Mint.com on my IPhone or IPad, I can access individual dividends.  So, I have to use the IOS app to categorize the dividends in the budget..

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On the website, are you looking in the "Transactions" view.  If so, the default is to show "Cash & Credit" type accounts.  You may need to flip to "Investment" type accounts or the "All Accounts" to see these transactions.

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