Horizontal Graph Hover


The horizontal graph for "Spending" "by Category" when bar is hovered over and expense is less than $300, can not double click bar to open for more detail to export CSV file.  The popup when hovered over is too large and covers up the bar and can not double click when <$300.

Please make hover popup smaller or provide CSV Export on Matching Transactions screen.

Screenshots attached.

Thank you in advance,

Coalen Swann



Hi coalen,

Thank you for that suggestion as well as the screen shots of what you are referencing. I will go ahead and tag this thread as a feature request for our engineers. 


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