Can we 'edit the category' for a reoccurring transaction just ONE time ONLY? Please??!!

To clarify —
NOT looking to add my own categories!
..once I put a known reoccurring transaction in its fitting category—just wanna do it once rather than go through and do every last one every single time separately; that's not convenient.


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

You can chat with support during the business day ( or you can file a ticket here:

Use the search to filter to just your recurring transaction, then use the multiple edit to change them all:

The checkmarks allow you to do a "Multiple Edit".  For example, if you have 10 Uncategorized transactions and you want to change them all to "Transfer", you check off all ten, hit the "Edit Multiple" button, and just change the Category and apply that change.

The greyed transactions are ones that Mint believes are "Pending" at the particular institution.

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