How do I export a CSV of detailed transactions (not summary) sorted by tag?

Glad I can see trends by category or tag in any date range, but if I've got tags that span multiple categories (ex. I made a tag for tax deductible), I can see the summary and export that as CSV, but not the detailed transactions. Am I missing something?

I'd love to have this be my sum up for tax time!

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Go to the Transactions page. On the bottom left of the page, under all your accounts, is a list of all your tags. If you select the tag you want, it will show only those transactions. You should then be able to export this by clicking the link "Export all transactions" at the bottom right of the page.


Once you export the CVS file, you can then just look only those transactions that are in the date range you need.

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