Is it possible to edit a submitted transaction? I am attempting to change the transaction method from credit card to cash. To do so, must I make a new transaction?

I would like to be able to edit all aspects of transactions, even those brought in from credit cards and especially those manually submitted.
Additionally, it would be nice to be able to split a cash transaction... when I purchase something with case, I must manually submit a transaction, and the ledger will not let me split that transaction. Why are there rules based on how I payed for my items?


Hi areajscott,

You will need to recreate the transactions. You cannot edit the transaction type from cash to credit or any other designation after it has been saved. Sorry for any inconvenience this causes.

In addition, you cannot split manually entered cash transactions - the reason for this is that you can already enter them individually when you're originally creating them, rather than splitting them after the fact. Splitting is intended for transactions that automatically post to your bank account (like a charge you paid at a store that may have involved things from multiple categories, for example) and don't already differentiate between the different items that are contained within that charge. With a manually entered transaction, it is assumed that you are already creating separate transactions for each item rather than needing to split them afterward.

Mint Mike

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