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    Updating our response since it’s been a long time since the idea was opened. Even though saving the type of unequal split feels like something that would obviously be nice to have (I certainly would use it myself every so often), it requires a change to our data structures, and is therefore a bunch of difficult work to fix, especially since it would need to be fixed separately across iPhone, Android, and web.

    If you have a specific use case where not having this feature is really bothering you a lot, please email, or comment below to let us know why it’s important to you. The original poster’s meal example is clear and I’m wondering if there are other reasons why it is needed, or any easier way for us to fix it.

    In terms of the priorities of our small team, most bills on Splitwise are split…

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    Jeremy commented  · 

    We travel with friends and their children. For general expenses (like a house) we will count each adult as a share and each kid as a half share. We will also count adults with a couch as a half share vs one with a bed. It's ok to break it out by person since we can add the kids who don't have email addresses now, but when it comes time to settle by family, we still have to add together the members of the family. it would be good if you could link the members and identify them as "x family" and then someone could settle the family. Also, when putting the shares in for an expense, when you go back in, it shows the amount and not the shares. If you click on the shares button it shows everyone as 1 share instead of what was entered (like .5). It makes you unsure that the shares were entered correctly.

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