[Feature Request] Add budgets to the Android widget view options

Re-posting from my own post 4 years ago... There have been other posts since mine, this is functionality that people want, why hasn't it been developed yet?

Currently the Android Mint app has a widget that can be configured to show either cash/debt ratio, transactions, notifications, or account balances. Those are all great things that I can go into the app for if I want to see. I don't have any reason to see any of those on my Android home screen.

However, adding budgets to the widget would be awesome. Those are what I actually care to see in real time to make sure that my spending is staying within my set budgets.

When will this be added to the widget?

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