I share expenses with some friends. We divided the big group in some subgroups (for example "dinner out", "gifts" etc) because not all the people participate in all expenses.
I usually check that everything in right.
Now i would like to quit a group.
Is there a possibility that i can still view expenses and modify if needed even if i'm not involved?
No, sorry. Group administration is a tough feature to build a good experience around and a simple permission system (members of the group can view and delete expenses) is the best way we’ve found to handle things.
Pablo Chacon commented
I've organised a trip with 30 people and splitwise was absolutely great! But I think is missing two things. One a way to put something like a accountant, meaning all the people pay only one person, and he manages the money. at the end of the trip that person would know if he need to give money back or if he is owed money.
Also, and option to export all the balances to an excel spreadsheet would be useful. And the last thing, the e-mails send say that you owe money, but is not the case, and when you log to the app or website it showed the right information
Rohit Ravidas commented
4 friends A, B, C, D. D is settlement manager. Anyone can pay, and can split between anyone. but all amounts are marked under D's account
Jayesh Pardeshi commented
While creating a new group, there should be an option of giving permission to other members whether he/she can add/delete/edit expense. Other members should be able to add/delete/edit expense unless they are given permission by the admin(one who created the group). They can simply view the expenses and can ask the admin to add an new expense. This is very helpful for a trip. Recently went on a trip and one of our drunk friends deleted all the expenses. An option like that would be of great help.