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    I can see how this would be useful. We might find that this complicates our user interface too much to be worth adding, but I’ll keep this up here so we can see if there’s a lot of interest in this kind of feature.

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    Eric commented  · 

    This could be easyly to do, in excel shit : Title colomn with Date, who, item. With another tab with a sum.if with a list of each item and the max date (i don't think max date is an implated formula but google can help you).

    If not, you can create a group for those type of item an then simply put like 1$ (for 1x) and the date, then with search or printable sheet (in the splitwise web page) see who paid the last X item. you can even calculate how many time each of you buy it as you put 1$ by item.

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    An update: we’re still not planning to add the concept of a payment for a specific bill or a specific expense. We’ve left this idea under review for many years, but we’re not convinced it’s the right idea for Splitwise. We think focusing on a total balance makes things simpler in most cases. This is also how a bank balance works.

    Here’s two potential work-arounds if you’re not satisfied:

    1. Let’s say you want to set things up so you can see if people have specifically paid for a certain bill, or for a certain month of expenses. You can create a group just for that bill or month – then, when viewing that group, you will only see balances owed from that specific bill or set of bills.

    2. Once you pay an amount and want to keep track of it being for a certain bill, you could use…

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