Submitting Enhancement Request - Widget Changes

Let me start by saying my family uses the balance widget daily.

We rely on it and we like it.

We want to love it.

We would like you to do the following:

You have a password protected to enter off the widget but nothing protecting when the phone isn't locked, while my phone is laying on my desk I would like it not to show the balance out in the open, a cover (non-password protected) would be perfect.

Can you offer a smaller option of half only showing account and not the credit card side?

Also, could you offer a widget 1 row larger showing the balance and 1 row transaction below (the latest transaction)?

Lastly, can you show in minutes or time of when the last time the balance was synced?

Answer

Hi Sampson, 


Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback, we love to hear from you!

I am a Mint user as well and I understand that your suggestions will definitely be useful for everyone. I have tagged it as a feature request. This will be reviewed and noted by our product development team. 

But we can not make sure if it will be implemented or not, as we must balance customer demand with resources and business objectives.

Thanks for using Mint!


Mint Steph
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