How do I find the Edit Tags area on my program? Plus the justification question, again.

Thank you Mint Maggie - but I am unable to find a place where I can pull up and edit the tags ( I went to Transactions and looked to the left - nothing, opened transactions and even tried clicking on an entry).

Also, I can't even change anything (such as adding category subheadings). 

Also I had made my Mint program require a password to open, and now that isn't coming up anymore, does that have to be done online at your site, again or where do I do that on my home program?  Do all editing options occur only online at your site?

I really like your idea of using tags for justification information - I just can't find where to apply it.





Hello Gail,

The enclosed screenshot shows where the tags are when you click Edit Transaction on your Transactions page. Can you confirm if you can find this?

Thank you,
MInt Maggie

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