Certain transactions are categorized incorrectly, how can I change this association for future transactions? Ex: Coca Cola vending machine transactions.. are labeled

...Business services.

How can I create a rule that categorizes these transactions correctly in the future?


Hi razorbackblood06,

You can change these transactions permanently by going to the Transactions page, clicking on the transaction in question (do not click on the category yet, as this will not give you the option to permanently change it), and then clicking Edit Details. Then, click on the category when the Edit Details window is up and change the category from there.

After doing so, you should get a prompt to always use this categorization for this type of vendor going forward, and from then on it should always use that category whenever this transaction appears in your Mint account.

Let us know if you need any further assistance.

Mint Mike

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