Can I manually upload transactions from my Barclaycard since the connection doesn't work? Referring to this known issue:

If I can download my transactions from Barclaycard myself, can I then manually upload them in order to track them in Mint?


No, you can't:

FYI, this is a public community board, and I'm only a community member like you.

You are able to add manual transactions that relate to a credit card account, but they will go in as "pending" type transactions, so if Mint can never reconcile it with the real final transaction, it will forever stay pending (gray font and float to the top), so it's probably not that useful for you.  I'm presuming your trying to fill in some missing transactions?

Once the connection issue is fixed, all the transactions will likely be downloaded, so you shouldn't miss out on anything.  You'll just be a little out-of-sync with actual spending in the interim.

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