Request: Allow me to specify a default account selection on the Transactions page. I just want to see my checking account details by default, not everything at once.

When I go to transactions 99% of the time I'm just curious about my checking account activity.  But the site defaults to listing all transactions for all my accounts, which is like 9 all together.  So every time I go to the transaction page I have to scroll down to find my checking account and click on it to filter out everything else.  I'd like to be able to set the the transaction page to default to just my checking account.  If I want to see everything, then I have to click around.


Hello simpson.rick,

Thanks for the suggestion!  I understand how having to filter transactions by account each time could be a bit cumbersome, and I'm happy to ensure that this feedback reaches our developers for future consideration.

Jesse :man:

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