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      49 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Applying payments directly to an expense definitely makes sense, and it’s a feature we’ve thought about for years, but unfortunately we haven’t found a great way to do it, even with a lot of thought. It’s difficult to support both rolling balances and item-by-item checklists on the same list of expenses – especially when different people might want to use both “settle up” styles within the same group. We also haven’t been able to find a design for applying payments directly to expenses without adding a lot of complexity, especially if paying for specific expenses is an “optional” feature and not the default.

      We do continue to think about this, so hopefully we’ll make a breakthrough at some point, but it hasn’t yet made it on to our official roadmap. We’re really sorry for the inconvenience! For now, one possible solution would be to add comments on expenses, which can…

      shekhilshekhil commented  · 

      Hi,

      In India, Why not tie up with Paytm and make the payment easier. Similar to Uber cab service which has tie up with Paytm for payment in India. This would ease the transfer atleast for certain expense brackets. It would be great if all major banks as well as wallet options are provided. The assumption for bank accounts would be the user has added the details of the partners account details. For paytm only mobile number is required to transfer the amount.

      -Shekhil

      -Shekhil

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