iPhone app, when click budget overview I see how I do against my budget, but cannot see thingsnot classified. Can youshow a unclassified spending on the budget overview ?

We need a view in the budget overview on the iPhone app to be able to see what uncategorized spending is causing us to spend more than what we are budgeting. Think about it, if income is 1000$ and I made 8 budgets summing up to 800$. Then my goal is to stick to those budgets so I can save that 200$. Right now the budget overview doesn't even show the un categorized spending, so my budget might look ok but in reality I busted it a long time ago. For the record, the desktop app handles this much better because we have nice aggregated totals on the left showing income, total spend, savings.. And then also shows uncategorized spending

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