I have a Southwest Rapid Rewards card and a Sapphire Reserve card, both by Chase. The SW card I had longer. Now both my cards are under "Southwest" in Mint. How to fix?

I cannot split up my cards by Chase Bank and Southwest Rapid Rewards Card.

When I added Chase as an account to get the Sapphire Reserve information, it turns out it double-signed me in for both cards. The only thing I can do is remove the Chase Bank account on Mint, so that I can keep the extended history for my Southwest Card. However, this means both the credit cards are under the title Southwest, which is incorrect. 

Is there anything I can do so that Chase and Southwest cards are in separate accounts?

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