Mobile application includes categories for Investments (Buy, Deposit, Dividend ..., Sell, Withdrawal), so why doesn't the web application?

When I sort my transactions on my phone, I can apply the Investments category on a transaction, but the web application does not give that option at all. If you log into your account on Mint.com and go to 'Transactions', then try to change the category of a transaction, Investments is not listed in there! Why not? It also doesn't appear in the "Everything Else" catch-all budget that is on the bottom of the 'Budgets' page! So these transactions can easily be lost! 

Why is this category not visible on the Desktop web app? It's things like this that really frustrate and push users away! It's so simple! 

Please tell me you can fix this ASAP! 

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