Known Issue: Trends: Other Property Accounts are not included in the Drop-Down Menu when Selecting Accounts

I have multiple accounts classified as Property. None of these accounts show up in Trends when I go to the account selector. What's up?  They used to...


I use Mint to track my net worth in a spreadsheet separately so I can adjust some things. I go into Mint just about monthly to pull Asset and Debt values over time using Trends, and I choose specfic accounts to get their month end value. For years now, I have been able to select my accounts classified as Property (some real estate, others loans or other assets that I can't link Mint to - I just enter a value periodically).

Today when I went into Trends to do this, anything classified as Property is not in the account selector drop down for either Assets or Debts in the over time graphs.  Did something change?  I tried this in both Chrome and Firefox.

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