Add a refund or reimbursement to the mobile apps
Thanks for posting – fair enough request. Can’t promise a timeline at the moment but it’s a logical feature idea.
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Es muy importante que desde la app del celular se puedan cargar reembolsos como sí se puede desde la web.
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lewis hamilton commented
A refund is the act of paying back a customer for goods or services purchased that they were not satisfied with. ... Reimbursement is the act of giving someone money if they've purchased something on your behalf, so they're not out of pocket for the amount they have spent.
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Florian Ko commented
still missing :(
Agree - got a refund a month after I paid for an expense (and after a previous settle up), and had to list it as an expense that someone else paid to fix the numbers. This is not intuitive, and it’s weird that the app doesn’t support refunds/reimbursements directly.
Sometimes things that are purchased and split get returned, it would be nice to be able to include the refund and that the amount is split between all involved. This could be done by entering negative values or a separate option, somehow.
Les Gamble commented
Five years on and it still appears the Android app still won't allow you to easily enter refunds.
The topic is closed, but the feature is only implemented on the website in an incomplete matter.
I'm a paying customer and the voice of the customers should be heard in any form.
Yes, please add this feature! I sing in a quartet and we use Splitwise. It works swimmingly for all our expenses, until we get a small payment or a refund and then we all pull our hair out trying to figure out how to input it and apply it to our balances. Please allow negative numbers or add a more intuitive way to track refunds/reimbursements/credits in the mobile app! This is by far our biggest frustration.
Louise Legaye commented
Yes please ! You just need to make possible to make negative numbers !
Oliver Frisch commented
E.g. when returning bottle deposit it would be great to correct numbers by adding the money the one returning the bottles receives.
Brett Bonin commented
I find this a little odd that it’s not available. But I really hope they add this option soon.
Artem Ivanov commented
It's good that I found this request before creating my own :-)
Really, it would be nice to share negative amounts as well. For example, we've got 3 refunds on Airbnb that were previously settled up among 7 friends. And now it's more convenient to use Excel for such calculations rather than Splitwise.
So that would be cool to implement it :-)
Sergey Grankin commented
S.o. and I use Splitwise for all shared expenses and refunds or adjustments come up significantly often (compared to total number of transactions) to be an annoyance.
A simple solution like entering a negative amount (effectively withdrawing some cash from the pool when I deposit a refund check) seems straightforward to understand and should scale to larger groups.