I understand that Mint only pulls in 90 days of data automatically but can I add older transactions manually? I am using "add transaction" and it is not working.

I am trying to add transactions for the last year and I can't get them to appear in the transactions list after I hit "done". I know there is no import feature so I am trying to do it manually. Is this even possible?

I had accounts in MINT for the last 3 years (at least) and my bank merged with another bank and MINT could no longer get data from them and like an idiot I deleted them all and not just the one I thought I was deleting so I am trying to replace the data for 2014


Hello babsbag,

It is possible to enter past transactions. I saw another user also saying they could not do this which makes me wonder if there is not a bug. Please report this to Contact Mint https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help
for escalation.I am sorry for the inconvenience!

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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