Is there a way to stop Mint from automatically marking bills that are on autopay as paid, simply because the due date has passed?

I have some bills that are set up for autopay. Mint marks them as paid when the due date passes, whether the bill has been paid or not. Whether the payment has been deducted from a cash account or not. This sometimes makes it look like I have more cash than I actually have, which is the absolute worst feature that a personal finance application could possibly have. Is there a setting that I can change so that I have to manually mark all of my bills as paid? Or a way to link the "paid" status to actual finalized transactions? Right now, every month I have bills marked as paid that have not been paid yet.

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