Have Transaction Rules Been Deprecated?

I am referring to this FAQ: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1124607-mint-faq-how-do-i-create-a-transaction-rule)

Specifically I am trying to make Mint automatically recategorize my 401K contributions from buy to income. Try as hard as I might I cannot get the "automatically recatogorize" checkbox to appear. I have tried editing the transactions one at a time and in multiples and on multiple browsers on multiple computers. For me it always shows Details, Tags, and Notes, but NEVER Rules like it does in the FAQ picture linked above. Also, underneath my transactions list is a link to "Manage your transaction rules" where I can view and edit my existing rules, but I cannot add new ones. What gives? I used to do this, hence my having rules to see, and I remember it being pretty easy. Has this feature been removed? Why?

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