In uneven splitting, allow a „wrong“ total to be handled wisely
It often happens that the given order — first enter total, then split it — turns out very inflexible.
Especially with tips or shared expenses I find myself with a difference (let’s say the bill with tip is 28, I’m splitting „by dish“, then I realize the tip needs to be split separately and I would rather remove it from the total — but I can NOT leave the uneven splitting screen unless i have entered the EXACT amount ... annoying!)
Same applies to „oops I have forgotten to include one more person“. I’d have to add the amount to another person, go back, add the person, adjust both persons. Instead of just ignore the problem, go back, add the person, and continue.
It’d be more convenient to offer these options when there is a difference:
- Split it (good for tip splitting)
- Ignore (I’ll fix it later)
- Adjust total (i. e. go back and my total have changed to match the total of the splitting)
Preventing the user from navigating within one new transaction should never occur. Final validation of inputs shall ONLY happen on the final step („Done“)
Thanks for detailed suggestion! I’m sorry for any frustration with the current flow! I’ll leave this suggestion open for further voting for now.
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