Hi folks. I continue to struggle with Mint as it relates to Foreign Currency. I have UK and US accounts, and all currency shows as USD, very unsophisticated. Any update?

Is Mint not designed for foreign / international users? This is extremely disappointing and easy to fix. Please let me know if this has been fixed, or if it is planned to be fixed. If not, I will need to move on elsewhere as I suspect many will as well, sadly. Many thanks.


I also have this concern. See: 

I've contacted the team and said that I really don't see what the big deal is with doing a simple calculation in order to even just estimate what my non-USD accounts are equivalent to in USD, and begged them to  support other currencies.

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