look into the expenses summary
When checking out the (printable) expenses summary it shows the received payments as expenses. So at the bottom line when it tallies up everything the totale expenses per person are higher than the actual expenses. I believe it should deduct the received payments to get a correct overview.
Sorry for the trouble! I definitely understand your reasoning. Right now, the printable summary includes payments so that it can present an accurate total of how much your balance has changed during the month, taking into account both expenses and payments. In the future, hopefully we can separate out expense totals in a way that makes them clearer.
Why the splitwise showing 2 total balnce in the spreadsheet
First off, love split wise, its a brilliant program.
Just letting you know the totaling functions are rendered worthless by including payments in the expense totals. When a group member pays another, this is calculated in the expense total in your summaries, essentially double counting different categories of payments, IE debits and credits together rather than separate. Please address this problem sometime!
Why not include the received payment in "You paid" column with negative sign. It will give a correct result. Now "your share" value showing in printable summary is different from "your total share" showing in my account. The "your total share" in my account gives the correct result but not that in the printable summary.
In printable summary there are two columns "you paid" and "your share". When someone pays some amount for settlement, the amount is added in "you paid" column. But when he receives an amount from someone, it is added in "your share" column. But this is not his share. So this gives an erroneous value both in "you paid" and "your share" columns. The amount received should also be added in "you paid" column with a negative sign. Then the total values of "you paid" and "your share" columns will be correct.
Kindly check.Thank you.