Can I get a notification at the end of the day with how much I spent per day (and also at a digest at the end of the week - with total spent for the week)?

The monthly budgets are great but I need a more day to day number — for example, I'm trying to stay around $x dollars a day or $xx a month for spending (outside of my known expenses like rent etc).

Is it possible to set up a notification or an email that tells me how much I've spent for the day at the end of the day, and one at the end of the week with weekly expenses?


Hello jkarle,

Unfortunately there isn't any sort of daily summary available, but I do see how that could be beneficial and I'm happy to tag this as a feature request so the developers can see it for future consideration.  However there are weekly summary emails (or texts) available.  You're likely already getting weekly summary emails since they are on by default, but you can check and/or change those settings by going to Accounts at the very top of the page, then click on the Email & Alerts tab.


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