How do I search for transactions with a dollar amount using search?

I can find transactions when I search by payee name but not by amount.  I tried entering the amount as appositive and a negative number and have also used the prefix "amount".

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Hello wkozy,

Issues like this might happen in Mint when we need to fix the scripts on users' Mint accounts or the user is adding a dollar sign when their searching for their transactions. You can try clearing your cache and cookies and see if that, or using a different browser, makes a difference.

If you find you still cannot utilize this search function, please contact support through Contact Mint at the top of your logged in Mint page by clicking 'Get Help' and scrolling down until you see Contact Mint.

Thank you!

Mint Maggie

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