How do I search for the total amount of a split transaction?

When I deposit more than 1 check into my checking account from the ATM, it shows up in my transactions as a single deposit reflecting the total of all of the checks.  I then go into my register and split them manually.  They then show up as individual deposits with the split icon which is fine.  But, then when I search in my transactions for the original total amount to manually reconcile with my bank's register, it doesn't show up.  How can I either make the total amount of a split transaction show up on the register and/or search for the total amount?


Hello yonganddee,

You cannot search for the total amount of a transaction once you have split it, because that original transaction no longer is saved in Mint.  What you could do is when you create the split transactions on Mint, to make a note in the 'notes' section when you Edit Details on the transaction and put the total amount of the original transaction. Thank you,

Mint Maggie

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