Can we get filtering by detailed name of the transaction?

Can we get filtering by detailed name of the transaction?

Sometimes Mint identifies certain transactions incorrectly. I do setup filters, but it's filtering based on its own logic.

I applied a filter and it applied itself to Credit Card Payment, Clothing shops and groceries because of the way Mint identifies it.

I really would like to add filters based on exactly what it says on the details obtained from the Credit Card.

This happened today for Purchase Interest Charge from Chase Bank. I set it up so that it'll identify it as Fee's instead of Groceries! Then it messed up few clothing items, groceries and the fees... Granted this happened today for 20ish items, but I've got multiple stuff that are being identified as one single category, whereas it is 2 different categories.

Can we get filters based on the transaction details obtained from the bank?





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