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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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    Daniel Huh commented  · 

    (This idea is stuck on "started" since 2013?) Perhaps there should be a feature where debt simplification can only be enabled when all members of a group vote and confirm that they are on board with using debt simplification. That may reduce some friction between users who trust and users who distrust the debt simplification function.

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    I really like this idea, and can see why people would want it (including myself who needs to organize everything obsessively by time). We’ve talked about doing this and think it’s a good addition, but it will be a little bit before we can get it in there.

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    Daniel Huh commented  · 

    Adding items by date (date only) clumps the added items together within the registered date, but there does not seem to be a way to arrange the items in order of occurrence within the same day.

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