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    Debt simplification can be disabled in groups on the group settings screen – just turn the “simplify debts?” switch to off under “Advanced settings”.

    We don’t currently have a setting to block yourself from debt simplifications among friends, but it’s something we may consider in the future. In the meantime, you can revert a debt simplification at any time by deleting any part of it, and the entire transaction will be undone.

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    Paul Fox commented  · 

    Trust but verify. I had a whole group that was new to this. We had to do the math in excel and split wise once but when everyone could see that it was correct they shifted from disbelief to wonder. I don't get any questions about it anymore.

    Split wise - this is a great feature that scares people. I think it would help everyone if you just made it easier to see what it's doing. On a trip with 8 people we only had to do 6 money transfers at the end. I think if the person that owes the most always buys next we can get it so that the balance is negligible at the end.

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