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    52 comments  ·  General » Web app  ·  Admin →

    I think this is a great idea! It’s not on the roadmap yet due to lots of other priorities voted higher, but one we’ve discussed and agreed totally makes sense. Thanks for submitting.

    - Jon

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    Bram commented  · 

    This is a very inmportant one! My god, my Splitwise is crowded with groups after only a year and a half of using it. Going out bowling where there's gas, bowling and beer expenses? -> Splitwise. But all these nights out add up to a sh*tload of groups!

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    Bram commented  · 

    Maybe open a page where we can suggest auto-categorization names. So that way, you won't waste too much time getting to know what store names are populair in which countries. Instead, use the force of the internet :D

    Co-Creation is the way :)

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    12 comments  ·  General » Mobile  ·  Admin →

    Interesting – I’ll pass on the suggestion! Can I ask how many people are in your group? I want to make sure I understand your use case as well as possible…most groups on Splitwise involve 3-5 people, so I think we figured that you’d usually be able to see everyone’s balance at a glance even without sorting.

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    Bram commented  · 

    Hi Splitwise,

    This feature is really useful! Let me elaborate why. I am in a student association where there are yearclubs, consisting of about 15 people. Here in the Netherlands, WiebetaalWat is your biggest competitor, merely because splitwise isn't that known. I am trying to get everyone to get Splitwise, but this thing is one of the main reasons that WiebetaaltWat is more succesful.

    Reason for this is as follows. We have a culture of not so much settling debts, but instead having someone else buy the next time. So being able to see who is most in debts is a key feature for us.

    Also, I don't think it is that difficult or time-consuming to add either. But in seizing the Dutch market this is definitely an important one, as well as showing bank accounts!.

    Please feel free to reach out to me through email or by phone (which I will give through email) to explain it further, if needed.

    Cheers!

    A big Splitwise fan named Bram

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    50 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →

    I can see how this would be a huge help for people who have many friends with the same name who refuse to add their last name to their accounts! This isn’t on our roadmap yet, but it’s something we’ll consider in the future.

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    129 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →

    We’d love to make Splitwise better for tracking personal expenses (though we’re mostly focused on splitting for the time being). For now, your best bet is probably to make a new group for personal expenses, with yourself as the only member.

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    160 comments  ·  General » Web app  ·  Admin →

    Storing bank account #s is unfortunately tricky, as there are some serious security concerns around bank #s here in the US and in some other countries. Still, we’d like to do it if possible. It’s not on our roadmap yet, but we’re definitely considering it for the future.

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    Bram commented  · 

    Hi Splitwise,

    In the Netherlands, currently Wiebetaaltwat.nl (whopayswhat) is your biggest competition. I'm trying to convince as much people to use Splitwise, as it's simply much better in so many ways. However, there is one, tiny small thing, that Wiebetaaltwat does better: Showing the IBAN info for people. Just the IBAN and name, as mentioned earlier here, would make it a lot less of a hassle to get people to pay up. Do not hestitate to contact me if you'd like me to deeper explain why!

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