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Change to full name display instead of the drop downs only showing first name and last name initial for payment screens.2 votes
Right now the person who owns the account has the ability to change what their screen name is. I can see how giving people the ability to set the persons name on their end would be useful.
Currently this lies within the payment button, but I could see having paid back button by itself be useful.
I've found that I can connect with Facebook on the website, but not through my Android phone. Consistency is king.4 votes
We apologize for this, but we haven’t had time to include Facebook login on iPhone or Android yet. The reason why it’s been such a low priority is that Facebook login has not been especially popular users thus far and doesn’t add a lot of functionality.
We don’t have any plans to add facebook login on the phones soon, but you can work-around this issue by “resetting your password” on the website, and typing in the email address of the email associated with that facebook account.
I’m sorry we’re so quickly breaking support for a feature. My apologies, and let me know if you need any more assistance!
When creating a new bill, I suggest that you can add a do by date on the bill and also allow integration with your google calender or allow it to add it.2 votes
We’re planning on bringing more integration to Splitwise in the near future (Including Google contacts). Bringing in the calendar is a pretty sweet idea that I could see being a huge help if you don’t want reminder emails.
So I can see the expenses/IOU made in my group using my feedreader. I moved from ioweyou.co.uk and they had this option.1 vote
This is an interesting idea. I could see how having our account activity show up in the reader being an easy way to track bills without having to sign in.
How to send a group email ?1 vote
Right now you can can send individual emails to your friends about settling up, but adding a group option is something we’ve been talking about.
Sometimes a group member is away, this makes settlement as suggested complicated.
We need more settlement possibilities. Especially it would be great to see a recap of who owes what to whom, BEFORE aggregating the amounts.
This would be a basic settlement option that one can use to quickly see who owes what to whom, without trying to make any offset between members. This way if one member defaults/leave without paying what it owes, it can be removed from the equation and the settlement view is still usable.5 votes
Having multiple ways to calculate who’s owes who what within a group is an interesting idea. I could see this being extra convenient for this reason -and many others. I’ll bring it up with the team and we’ll see where this can fit into our schedule.
Instead os showing the total amount each person owes or gets back, it would be more useful if its shown on a one to one manner. For eg, I would like to know how much I owe A, B and C and how much D, E and F owes me. Currently it shows the total amount I get back but does not show how much from whom.... Pleas let me know I am missing something.1 vote
Traditionally we’ve gone the “running bartab” method, but we’ve gotten a lot of feedback stating that people want a more granular way to break down their expenses.
We’re in the process of figuring out the best possible way to make both types of expense tracking possible, and this will be added to the list of things talk about.
Move in and move out dates. So that a user can be automatically added or deleted to a house when the date falls. Also moved out house member doesn't need to be deleted for historical purposes? They could just be 'archived'1 vote
Thanks for suggestion. Users that are “deleted” are still archived, so that the expenses they owed money on are still visible. We do manual deletions so that people don’t get deleted until they’ve settled all their debts :)
It’s an interesting idea!
For example: if someone buys shared food and puts it out in the apartment, each user should have the option to join the split (but should not be forced to join it by default).21 votes
This is an interesting idea! We’re already planning to add some features that will make it easier to split things by “shares”, and this could be a good extension of that.