How do I get the weekly summary emails to include the balances of all my accounts?

The summary emails used to include balances so I had an idea of what was in my accounts, but they stopped including that useful info during the redesign at the beginning of the year.  Without the balances, the summary emails are practically useless.  

There's a setting the the accounts page under the emails tab: 

Send summary emails (Includes balances, budgets, and stocks)

but it doesn't do what it says.  I can understand some people may not want that info included in weekly emails, but some people do and that was the main reason I signed up for Mint.

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Hi Macc,

I apologize that this has happened. I'm not sure why that was changed, but I'll pass this feedback along to try and get some more information about this, or at least have the wording corrected to reflect what the summary actually shows.

Thanks,
Mint Mike

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