My San Francisco Fire Credit Union account all show up as “Debit/Withdrawel Tranactions” rather than the detailed description. Any way to choose which field Mint uses?

Is there any way to change the field that Mint uses to auto-categorize my transactions? It looks like the field Mint is using right now was the old field that was available on their old system. Their new system (as of about a week ago) uses an “extended description” field to include details like vendor etc. For example, one charge shows up as “Debit/Widthdrawel Transactions” in Mint but there is an extended description that has all the necessary details to auto-categorize: “AMAZON.COM SEATTLE WA 123ABCDEF123 00000101 Nov 24 @ 6:56pm”

 

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