Change bills names

Hi Mint!

Any way for us to update the names on the "Upcoming Bills" portion?  I want it to use the user set name for credit card bills.   Say I have 30 credit cards from Mint Bank.  My Upcoming Bills section will look like:

June 17th Mint Bank CREDIT CARD $237.20

June 23rd Mint Bank CREDIT CARD $87.43

July 8th Mint Bank CREDIT CARD $452.35

etc.

Obviously, this is of limited use.  Mint should use the names for credit cards that the user inputs under "Name" when editing the account from the "Settings" tab.  Then it would read something like:

June 17th Mint Bank Cashback Credit Card $237.20

June 23rd Mint Bank First Card $87.43

July 8th Mint Bank Purple Card $452.35

etc.

Answer

Hi cam513143, 


Good day! 

There are updates with regards to this feature of Mint. You can still edit or manage your existing bill reminders. 

To know more about it, please see the answer below: 

Hi all, and thank you for your feedback! 

Our bill reminder feature has been temporarily disabled in Mint. We’re working hard on improving this feature and releasing some exciting new updates to the app later this year – stay tuned!
  • For those of you who have existing Bill Reminders, you will be able to continue managing your existing and new reminders by clicking on the Gear Icon in the "Upcoming Bills" section of the Overview Page.  From the Gear Icon, choose "Change your reminders".  If you want to add a new reminder, click on the "Add Reminder" button at the top of the "Your bill reminders" list.  (Click the screenshots below for examples)





Thanks for choosing Mint! 


Mint Steph

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