Why doesn't my cash spending count toward trends?

I mostly use cash to pay for groceries, rent, etc.

I've used Transfers to Cash Spending and have been manually entering cash spending with categories, deducting automatically from ATM withdrawals.

Is there a way to see my cash spending in a pie chart by category, or add my cash spending by category to money withdrawn directly from my account so that I can see where my money is going?


Hi lindsaylou9,

You can adjust the Trends by using filters; in the box that says "Show transactions that match any" (and "any" can be changed to "all" by clicking on it), you can type in category names or other criteria to track. For example, you can put in "cash" and it will give you the option of "Cash and ATM" to use as a filter for your currently desired Trends view. 

You can use the other filters to the right of that box to further narrow down what you're looking at, which includes specific accounts and date ranges, and then have it displayed as a pie chart by clicking the icon for it underneath the aforementioned filter box. The pie chart view might not be usable on all the different Trends views, so bear that in mind.

Let us know if you need any further assistance.

Mint Mike

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