Ability to use a calculator when entering bill
When entering a bill, it would be handy if there's a quick plus button there so that I can add multiple items fast and easy.
Currently there's an empty button on the number pad that shows up which I think could very well be used for simple plus/minus calculations.
We just added a very basic calculator function to our web app, so you can now use basic mathematical operations when entering a cost (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). We hope to add similar features to our mobile apps at some point in the future!
Jonathan Flynn commented
Check out Money Manager EX App as an excellent example of how they have used a calculator for setting up a transaction. https://www.moneymanagerex.org/component/weblinks/weblink/30-download/16-download-stable-android-playstore?Itemid=435&task=weblink.go
Domenic DAmbrosio commented
1) Built in calculator in the unequal expense screen
2) Integrated to Venmo name. For some reason it did not open my Venmo App, and I had to log into the Venmo website browser to claim funds
Sometimes only each person's share amount is available, instead of the total amount.
In web version, we can input the split details first, and the total amount is automatically calculated and shown. It can then be typed into the total amount field.
Please also implement this feature in mobile app.
It will be great to have a calculator keypad for “split by exact amount” so user can do simple calculation like sum of few items with taxes.
nisham mohammed commented
when I go to add a new transaction. I should be able to say cost 20 + 10 instead of having to type 30. or 80 - 30 instead of 50 or any combination thereof.
amit sachdeva commented
This has been pain point for me, when I’ve a bill with, say, 10 items, but only 4 of them needs to be put up on Splitwise, I’ve to exit the app and use native calculator and then come back to enter the amount.
Hence a suggestion to put up a simple calculator interface for quick calculation (nothing scientific)
inbuilt calculator that would simply allow me to enter 95+124 and it should take 219 automatically.
I don't want to open an external calculator and then enter 219
Marc Charlton commented
Yes to this one!!!
Анатолий Сулин commented
Add a calculator when you enter a bill
Yash Jain commented
Get a Calculator!
Rishabh Agnihotri commented
Chandan Techm commented
Suppose for a single type of transaction i had to pay multiple times cash. In that case i have to use a external calculator add all the cash payment then add the total amount. So if a small addition and subtraction button in the currency section would helo not to use an external calculator
Rahat Chawla commented
Calculator to phone app
Prathwish Shetty commented
When splitting bills unequally we need to get out of Splitwise to calculate the expense per person.. instead adding a basic calculator can reduce efforts by leaps and bounds.
To put a calculator into the add bill activity would help many people that has different bill items.
In my case, I share flat with people and we buy things in the supermarket for all three, but not some items that we don't share.
For that we are going to calculator to sum all shared products and then go to splitwise to add the sub set sum.
example: 2.75 + 2.89 automatically is automatically shown as the total sum, so 5.64.
saves me from having to go the calculator app to add up the value that needs to be entered as the expense. contact me if it's unclear, this could save us a lot of time.
I'd like to write "Dave bought Ashley pizza for 39.75/2" where "/2" splits the total in half.
Prashanth Balaboina commented
I would like to add few amounts before adding an expense.
Abdulaziz Shaikh commented
It would be good to see a calulator option when we are entering expenses. Sometimes we need to split a bill which needs calculation to be done in mobile app and then make an entry. If we have a calculator inbuilt in app it would be easy access.
Mauro Ghibaudo commented
In Japan prices are without taxes; we needed to do divide by adjustment, but having just the price without taxes we had to calculate them manually. Would it be possible to allow formulas in the adjustment forms, so to be able to do like 550*1.08 (to add taxes) or 550/2 (if the adjustment is half an item)?