Does Mint support the "This Bill is on Auto Pay" flag?

I have several recurring monthly bills that are paid directly from my checking account.  Some of these bills can't automatically be tracked, either.  Mint Bills allows you to set a flag on a bill saying "This Bill is on Auto Pay" meaning that I never have to look at them; the bill shows as due, and then it shows as paid.  I do not see that same option in Mint.  If I change the bills over to Mint, am I going to have to manually mark the bill as paid every month?

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Hi rskadish,


Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

Mint don't have Auto pay feature yet. but if the bills is set on Auto pay in provider site it should reflect in Mint. For more details about this you can contact us here: https://help.mint.com/

Regards, 

Mint Christine






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