Can I omit ALL transactions from/to ONE of the accounts I have with a certain bank, so that it will not be included in trends or assets?

I have a mortgage account, which I wish to track, but also a checking account with the same bank that I just have a small amount auto-deposited into for random spending money. I don't really care to track it with the rest of my transactions or trends. How can I omit the checking account and still keep track of the mortgage account? I only see an option to change the status from Active to Closed. The transactions in/out of this account still show up in the transaction history and trends. 

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whoops! Apparently, I missed the fact that you can click on "settings" at the top of the page and then click "hidden" to see a list of your accounts and how you want Mint to use the transactions for each: 

Show Everywhere

Hide From Budgets and Trends

Hide Everywhere

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