Transactions whose tags I've selected to "Hide from Budgets & Trends" still show up under "Everything Else" Budget

Hello, I have recently started making use of the "Hide from Budgets & Trends" function for two "Tags" that I've labeled "Emergency Fund" and "Reimbursable."  Although these tags seem to be set up correctly, although I've clearly selected "Hide from Budgets & Trends" for both of these two tags in the "Hide Accounts & Tags" section, and although I have labeled two transactions with these tags, both transactions are still showing up under my "Everything Else" budget for this month.  Interestingly, the two transactions do NOT show up in the "Trends" area, so at least PART of the "Hide from Budgets & Trends" function seems to be working.  It is more important for me, however, that they not show up under the "Everything Else" Budget I have set up.  Neither of the transactions in question are pending; they have both cleared my account.  Help?

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