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    8 comments  ·  General » Mobile  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for the suggestion! Have you taken a look at the monthly PDF export for groups on the website? The csv export is meant as a simple summary, not something that would include lots of details.

    Marshall

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    I use the "download as CSV" functionality quite a lot – it's helpful for getting a quick overview of all the data, and for checking what's changed since the last time I reviewed my transactions. But it would be a lot more useful if it also included item splits as separate rows.

    Of course, you'd want these to be distinguishable as itemized rows. A few possibilities to allow this: leave off the date from item rows (so it's visually clear they're attached to the previous transaction); indent the description text with a few spaces; or prefix the item description with "Transaction name: ".

    Almost every single transaction I'm involved in is itemized, so it'd be extremely helpful to me for the item information to be more accessible.

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    Updating this since it’s been a while. We’re still leaving this as a possible future improvement. This is not a very popular feature on our website. Figuring out the design for mobile apps continues to be a challenge. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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    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!

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    I'd also love to see basic math operations available in the number fields.

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