Investment rule managing feature request

Having read about the problems with rules, where the bank's description is being parsed by Mint to present a more 'friendly' name, but which hampers users where the name ends up being identical, I do have a possible suggestion, as a halfway measure.

What about enhancing managing rules, to match against a specific amount as well as a description? Most of my bill payments are listed as 'internet', but I mostly know how much each bill is every month, so if I was able to add an additional criteria of an amount to a rule that would help to resolve this kind of issue. Thanks


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Hello dmiddleditch,

Thank you for this suggestion for Mint rules! We appreciate feedback from involved Mint users, and I will add 'feature request' as a tag to your topic so that our Product Team views this when going over user ideas.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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