Mark a transaction as reviewed

I'd really like a simple way to mark a transaction in Mint as having been reviewed. That way each time I come back I can just concentrate on any unreviewed transactions. Seems simple, and I've tried using tags but it is way too cumbersome to access tags in each transaction.

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I,too, need a way to mark transactions as REVIEWED, WITHOUT going into the 'edit transactions' tab, which is time consuming. Any way other than tags?? -- Basically, it shld be a simple check box to the left of each transaction. This is such a fundamental task in tracking accuracy of transactions that you wld think it wld be included. --I will migrate to a different program if this function does not show up SOON!"
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