Is there a setting to make a transaction as "reviewed' OR to setup all new transactions as uncategorized?

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Hello drankin50,

I apologize for any inconvenience it causes, but unfortunately neither of those settings currently exist in Mint.  There is nothing preset to indicate a transaction is reviewed; some users implement a Tag for this purpose, but it's not something you can see unless you view the details of each transaction.  However I see how this would be a beneficial addition, and I'm happy to tag this post as a feature request so the developers can see it for future consideration. 

There is also no way to mark all incoming transactions as Uncategorized, the system is set to automatically categorize anything it can and there isn't a setting to change that unfortunately.  However the developers will also see that when they review this thread.  I'm sorry I couldn't help more, but thanks for your feedback and ideas!

Regards,
Jesse :man:

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