Allow subset of group members for Pay with Adjustment
The "Split Equally" functionality allows us to select only some people in a group, and most of the other options (Split Unequally, Pay by Share, etc.) also allow for an easy way to split when not everyone is involved. Pay by Adjustment, however, requires the entire group to be included - it would be great if we could check/uncheck some group members here as well.
Makes perfect sense, thanks for posting it here! Leaving it open for others to vote and comment on.
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Miguel Martinez commented
I have an "pool" user which is in charge of pay all expenses from my roommates and sometime there are personal expenses payed by the pool user. The Split by adjustment is the way to do the splitting but because the pool user is included, at the end the split does not make sense.
pool user pays 20 -> split by adjustment -> user 1 +0, user 2 +2, pool user +0 <in this case I want to exclude the pool user from the splitting>
In a group, when we select the option Split By Adjustment, there is no option of excluding a group member from the same. Please introduce a way wherein we can deselect a member so that he can be excluded from that expense. Thank you.
It would be great if the possibility to choose participants for an expense was added again for the different non-equal splittings.
Either by putting checkboxes in front of every name or by a two step approach to select participants in a first step and then the splitting mode between these people.
This would also bring consistency in the process. Currently it is a bit weird why you can deselect people when splitting equally, but not when splitting by adjustment.
The current work around to remove the 'everybody from this group', then add people manually again is not really elegant