Coming Soon: Pending Transactions

You may have seen whispers of the Pending Transactions beta floating around… and they’re rolling out soon to a budget near you! Like other releases, we’re using a phased approach.

Pending transactions give you quicker insight on the activity in your accounts linked with Direct Import. If you’re familiar with scheduled transactions, they work similarly.

Not all financial institutions offer support for pending transactions. So, there is a chance you may not see them once the feature rolls into your budget.

Here’s the full scoop! We hope you’ll love them. A few things to note:

  • A pending transaction will have a clock icon once it’s been entered in your account register.

  • The pending version imports as uncleared. When the final transaction is posted by your bank, it will import again as cleared—and match, if the amounts are the same.

If you don't see them in your budget, yet—sit tight. Once it's been released to all YNABers, we'll announce it loud and clear! We appreciate your patience.

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  • If you haven't gotten pending transactions in your budget yet, we should be rolling the feature out to everyone by the end of this week! However, not all banks support the feature, so if you're expecting to see pending transactions and don't, it may take a while longer before your bank makes it possible.

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 4 mths ago
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      Matthew is there a list of those that do support it?

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    • Herman Unfortunately, no. Some banks offer pending transactions and others do not. Like connections, it can change and a list would get outdated quickly. We are happy to check with the import partner, though—if you're curious about a particular financial institution!

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  • Our team has released two brand new HelpDocs for more detail on how Pending Transactions work:

    If you have questions, or there's something you'd like to see included there—let us know!

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  • Hi there! While I like the idea of this, it's not the most helpful for transactions with a tip. The pending transaction will show $4.87, but then when it clears for $6.00, I'm left with a pending transaction that doesn't match anything that syncs. I then have to manually delete that original one. Is there a way we can turn off this feature since it's not important to me and I don't like the manual work of correcting it?

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    • Hi Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk !

      In the account register, you can minimize the Pending Transactions section by clicking on it. Those Pending Transactions won't enter your register unless you choose to enter them at that moment, if you minimize the section and ignore them, they won't enter your register until they clear your account (like regularly imported transactions). 

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Faness The desire is to have a more accurate category balance, including at least the pre-tip amount. Since YNAB entered both, it should be able to correct when the cleared version imports.

      In other words, match on more than amount. Perhaps authorization code or transaction ID.

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    • dakinemaui If the Pending Transaction is entered into the register, it can be re-entered into the register once it clears. If a YNABer chooses to later match the Pending version to the cleared version, the cleared balance will be saved.

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Faness Get ready for the feature requests, then. Lots of people will approve the pending or even make a mistake adding in the tip, and the cleared will not auto-match. My point is there's probably enough information so that *it could* auto-match -- even with a different amount.

      Doing that would remove the main reason (as I see it) that people feel shakey about this. It would work if:

      * pending is ignored,

      * approved by mistake

      * a mistake is made while trying to do the right thing and update to include the (wrong) tip

      * updated with the correct tip

      It sounds like it will only work correctly in 50% of the cases upon release. Of course people are shakey!

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    • dakinemaui To my knowledge, these transactions don't share the same identifying information on the back-end. They're still separate transactions taken from the bank, but matched based on the logic that was already in place for transactions in YNAB (date and amount). 

      This has been a slow ramp, there's still only a small percentage of YNABers that have this feature as we tackle any questions or confusion as we go along. We've been digging into the feedback we've received so far, but I tend to hear more from the YNABers who don't have the feature yet. I'm hoping that's a good sign, that once the feature is in place it makes more sense, but we're still taking things slowly.

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    • Faness and dakinemaui thanks for the suggestions and thoughts. I get the workarounds, but ultimately am not a fan of any of them. I don't like ignoring pending transactions or manually matching/editing transactions, and I don't think the extra day or two of visibility is worth the hassle. Hopefully a feature to turn off or opt out of pending transactions might be in the works?

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    • Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk Minimizing the section is the current equivalent to turning them off (you won't see them in the register and they won't import until they're cleared). If you want the option to completely remove them from the register, so that they don't appear as an option at all, you can use the Feature Request form to submit that feedback. :)

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      • MXMOM
      • MXMOM
      • 5 mths ago
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      Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk If you just match them when it comes in, then the correct amount will overwrite the other amount. No manual work required.

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      • Budget_NC
      • Tomato_Snow_237e7f17927
      • 5 mths ago
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      Faness Just want to let you and others know that I have done that.

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    • bobbucy Thank you! We're still rolling this feature out slowly, but no changes to report as of now!

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    • dakinemaui The problem with that is finding the auth code (which can be long and annoying to enter) or the transaction id may require me to login to my bank. 

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  • Hiya - but then won't I still have to periodically go in and delete transactions that never got matched to anything?

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk 

      Don't blindly accept pending transactions. If you left a tip, edit the amount to include the tip.

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    • dakinemaui Yup, get that. I just don't like having to edit / delete the pending transaction since when it actually clears the bank, it's base + tip. Not a fan of the extra step / reconciliation.

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk It's supposed to be a prompt to enter into the actual register for the correct amount, including tip if you know there is one. If you do that, there will not be any more manual steps and nothing to delete. 

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    • dakinemaui But what if I don't remember how much exactly I tipped? If I'm off at all or don't add tip, when the full transaction hits, I'll have two lines. I'll either have to delete the original or edit it to match the exact amount.

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      • dakinemaui
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      • 5 mths ago
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      Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk or manually match. Time will tell.

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      • Superbone
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      • Superbone
      • 5 mths ago
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      Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk Don’t accept it. Problem solved.

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone Correct me if I'm wrong, but then the category balance is less accurate.

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      • Superbone
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      • Superbone
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      dakinemaui Sure, but it’s just as accurate as it would be if the pending transaction never showed up like before this feature. The whole purpose of the pending transaction feature is to shorten that gap between when the purchase was made and when it shows up in YNAB for users that don’t want to input their transactions.

      If it were me and I didn’t remember the tip, I’d put it anyway and either guess at the tip or enter it as is and then match it when it clears. But this person says they don’t want to do that. So that answer is, don’t do it.

      It’s like the old joke, Patient: “Doctor, it hurts when I do this.” Doctor: “Don’t do that.”

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone Sure, but in this case, I would think there's enough information to self-correct. Isn't the entire point of the feature to help the user who didn't manually enter that transaction?

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    • dakinemaui Pending transactions don't have to be used in the register at all. If they're minimized and ignored they'll have no effect on the register. They won't enter the register until they naturally fall out of that pending status and enter the budget as cleared.

      We have a lot of YNABers that are shakey about this new feature but it's completely optional. Ignoring them will keep your budget functioning as it was before they were an option, but choosing to interact with them can give YNABers a touch more awareness on what's coming into their register.

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      • Superbone
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      Faness I really like the feature for my use case. It's silly people are complaining about it before they even have it. On the web app, you can hide the section and everything will work like before. Not sure about the phone app as I normally approve on the web app but if there's not already, there should be a way to turn them off there too.

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      • Krys
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      • Krys
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone You can hide it in the Apple app.

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      • Superbone
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      • Superbone
      • 5 mths ago
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      Krys There ya go then! What's the big deal?

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      • MXMOM
      • MXMOM
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone yes sometimes we have guessed amounts where someone forgot the actual amount and threw out the receipt. We enter what we think is correct and then when the transactions import, I manually match them and the amount that imported is the updated amount. 

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      • PhysicsGal
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      • physicsgal
      • 5 mths ago
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      MXMOM Haven't all  of us YNABers done that?  Maybe other people are much more organized than I...I just put a ? in the memo field so I know it's questionable, but usually I'm close enough that it keeps my category balances from being too off for too long.

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      PhysicsGal The one flag we use is red for an estimated amount.

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    • Faness I had the Pending Transactions section minimized and can ignore them only as long as I haven't manually entered any transactions. If I have, then they link (in the regular part of the register) and only after I approve the link do I find out that the imported transaction was actually "pending" since now it shows the gray clock... So is it YNAB's new recommendation that we stop manually entering any transactions??

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  • Kha-ai Nguyen-Wilk said:
    I just don't like having to edit / delete the pending transaction since when it actually clears the bank, it's base + tip. Not a fan of the extra step / reconciliation.

    There are a number of options here! :)

    1. You can ignore the pending transaction - it won't be added to your register. You can wait until the cleared version later imports and use your register as normal.

    2. You can edit the pending transaction - if you know the correct amount, edit it before accepting the pending transaction. It will be listed in your register as pending and when the cleared transaction imports it will match automatically.

    3. You can accept the pending transaction without editing the amount. This is the only option that will require an additional step later. The pending transaction will be listed in your register as pending. When the cleared version imports, you'll select them both to manually match them - which will save the cleared balance over the pending balance.

    Number two is the ideal option here, but we know things don't always go as planned! If there's a transaction you're just not sure about, you can either ignore it until it clears on its own or edit it later. :)

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
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      Faness You missed #4: they make an entry error while attempting #2. It, too, requires further action.

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 5 mths ago
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      dakinemaui Then you have to add "make a mistake and take steps to fix it"  to every single discussion around process. 

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    • dakinemaui In that case, #4 is a forced occurrence of #3.  Essentially, it's still an incorrect amount that will need attention later. 

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      • dakinemaui
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      • 5 mths ago
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      Herman This one is special because the error can probably be auto-corrected.

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  • I'm one of the users seeing pending transactions, and I really like it. The clock icon is a nice at-a-glance way to see that something is pending, and I've only had one transaction (out of maybe 75) that didn't match up because of a tip, and that was because I accepted the transaction before the tip had been added and didn't update the amount manually before it cleared with the tip.

    I deleted the pending transaction that had the wrong amount, and just left the cleared transaction in the register. Since that instance, I've simply added in the tip when the pending transaction shows up without it.

    I agree that there are other data points that SHOULD be able to be matched so that if the initial amount doesn't match because of a tip, that the two transactions can be matched up automatically anyway. This would eliminate some of the need for watching these things like a hawk, but would also eliminate the need for watching these things like a hawk, which is what we're supposed to be doing, according to the YNAB method. So... *shrug*

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  • Faness said:
    To my knowledge, these transactions don't share the same identifying information on the back-end.

    Thank you for that information. It would seem that eliminates the possibility of auto-correct, then.

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  • I finally opened this topic up and read what people are saying about it. I've been seeing pending transactions but I haven't been using them really, just noticing them in there and waiting till they clear.  

    I know so far in my ~1.5 years of consistently YNABing it's been really helpful for me to just enter my transactions manually as I go, which allows me to find the money right away if I don't have any in the category, or enough in the category.  But I'm also trying to find a balance for my long term use of YNAB, so that it is as little work as possible for me with as much benefit as possible for me (minimizing the effort/reward ratio), so it might be worth using pending transactions to not have to enter them manually, at least during most of the month.   

    The last week of the month I'll probably still enter them manually, since I'm paid monthly at the end of the month and I usually have to move money around quite a bit that last week.  Once I finish saving up for a car I'll probably loosen up my budget and that will be less of an issue, but until then, I'm going to try using these pending transactions to save myself some effort.  I was having to approve transactions anyways, since I also connect all the accounts I have that will connect, so they catch any errors in entering my transactions, so this skips one step in that process. 

    Another great thing about this is that my fiance doesn't YNAB, but I will see his grocery spending pretty quickly now, instead of either trying to find the receipt or looking in the pending transactions in the account.

    Thanks YNAB programmers!  This is a great feature.  Maybe I should go find that SaaS thread and say I'll gladly pay annually if they make it so convenient that I no longer even need to enter my transactions most of the time.  So check budget before spending, approve and categorize transactions once a day (<5 mins) and budget monthly is all I really need to do now, if all of my spending accounts are on budget and connected to YNAB.  

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  • PhysicsGal said:
    Maybe I should go find that SaaS thread and say I'll gladly pay annually if they make it so convenient that I no longer even need to enter my transactions most of the time. 

    What about the people that can't get their accounts to link consistently? I feel fortunate that all my accounts link correctly but I did quit on Capital One partially because of that issue. I do feel bad for those people that struggle to connect and I get their frustration.

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone Funny i love the capital one connection.  It's the only one I get complete control over when i import transactions.

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      • Superbone
      • YNAB convert since 2008
      • Superbone
      • 5 mths ago
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      Herman Cool! How does it work these days?

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone For me, when i sit down to budget i click the little key thing that indicates the account needs authentication, i select the number to text to, copy the code when it pops on my phone, paste into the box and it connects and updates.  Never have a problem getting it to go through and i don't have to worry about YNAB having checked 5 hours ago before the over night batch posting finished so i have to wait 3 hours for my transactions to load.   It seems ynabs timing is NEVER right for me to be able to pick up yesterdays transactions first thing in the morning when I actually want to update my budget.

       

      eta: that said, i don't think i'm on plaid.  whatever i'm on works pretty well with all my accounts.

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      • Superbone
      • YNAB convert since 2008
      • Superbone
      • 5 mths ago
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      Herman Yeah, that’s not too bad. And at least you know your account is safe due to the 2FA.

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      • PhysicsGal
      • Nerdy female homo sapien
      • physicsgal
      • 5 mths ago
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      Superbone True, that's annoying and definitely would give me FOMO if my accounts wouldn't connect (My one account that won't connect also feels FOMO).  But they can still import files I think.  I think I used to do that with YNAB3?  It's been so long...maybe I should try that with my other account?

      Writing this inspired me to try it for my one card that won't link and it worked well, but I'll still need to enter transactions manually, it just makes it easier to get the cleared transactions cleared, IMO.  Might be worth doing before I try to reconcile.

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      • Bruce
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      • Bruce
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      PhysicsGal Yeah, I've been doing manual import the last month or so.  I actually prefer it, because I control when the import comes in.  It seems like it was NEVER available (when I wanted it) when I was using the Direct Import.  So instead of being frustrated, "Ok, I'm here, ready to do my updates and reconcile, and there's nothing imported!"  even though when I logged into my account, there were new transactions that "should have" been imported, I just save myself the frustration and import it when I want it.

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  • I also think some people are using mobile app only which has no ability to reconcile. Also the credit card payments on mobile require the person to enter the Transfer:card as payee whereas the web app makes paying credit card payment simple. Until the mobile app is full functionality I think people will have problems. 

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  • Thank you. This is wonderful news!

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  • It seems that on accounts that have pending transactions there is a dot the account indicating that there are transactions to approve. This is really disrupting how I used YNAB because I rely on that dot to tell me that something needs to be done about the account. Now it means that either somethings needs to be done (a transaction needs to be approved) or that that something does not need to be done (there is a pending transaction). This is very annoying and I don't know how to work around it. Right now, I have to keep re-checking on accounts with the dot and confirming that I don't actually need to do anything on that account to make it squared up.

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    • Duncan Riach The notification dot next to accounts in the web app that have transactions to import (or approve/categorize). That part hasn't changed!

      Pending transactions are included in that, at the import stage and approval when they match—which is new. That should be the same time you're expecting posted transactions. In line with our usual checks, once overnight and again ~8 hours after that first import. I know adding the layer of pending approvals is an adjustment and more interactions than before.

      Can you keep an eye on the behavior here? Was the pending transaction you mentioned showing in the Pending section, or did it match? If you have a chance, our Product team would love to hear your thoughts.

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    • Nicole I think I understand more about what's happening now based on playing with it some more and also based on what you've written above. I still think that there is potentially some kind of functional regression, or weirdness, but it's not a big deal. The following is all related to the web app:

      How I think it used to be

      I don't think I ever used to have to click import. Things would just import and when there were new transactions to confirm then there would be a dot next to the account.

      How it seems to be now

      A dot can now appear next to the account when there are pending transactions to import. So in that case, the dot means that I have to go into the account, notice that there is nothing to confirm and then click on the little import button to import the pending transactions (that I don't really care about right now).

      Additional thoughts

      Actually, I was already finding it kind of weird how the notifications happen for transactions to be confirmed in the web app. If there were/are transactions to be confirmed then (I think) no transactions would be visible and there would be a big, blue "view" button. Clicking on that would show the transactions to be confirmed. Then once those were done then I would have to click "clear" to see all the transactions again. It seems to me that the whole process had a lot more thinking and clicking than should be necessary. I wonder if there would ideally be some more some user-study work on that process. Disclosure: I use the toolkit, so now I'm wondering if the toolkit messes up some of these things. In the future, when something seems wacky, I'll see how YNAB works without the toolkit.

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    • Nicole I just talked with my wife about this, and she happened to be using YNAB so we looked at it. Actually, I now understand that the big, blue view button on an account page is really a notification that there are transactions to both import and confirm. After clicking it, the transactions are imported and the filter is set to only show the ones that need to be confirmed. I had never noticed before that there were also items to import (as indicated by the little import button). So now I understand more about why this has been confusing to me. Now there are pending transactions to import, but none of them need to be confirmed, so there is no view button, and I've had to learn about the import button, which I didn't know about before. I also understand why after completing the confirmations of imported transactions I need to clear the filter (or rather why there is a filter in place to begin with). From now on, I'm going to just click import rather than view so that I import the transactions and don't apply a filter.

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  • Pending transactions on Mobile create a lot of busy work and are mostly indistinguishable from posted/cleared transactions. If the response to wanting an off button is to just ignore them, then that doesn't seem to work at all for people with phones.

    The first thing I do every morning is grab my phone and approve the morning's new transactions. It is actively confusing to now see the same transaction get linked multiple times. I've learned to check the status of the green C, and if it's grey I know it's only matched as cleared, but it's a lot of checking and a lot of clicking (tapping?) with very little value added.

    I would strongly prefer pending transactions not to auto match even if the dollar values match. Just show them separate as a reference that I can match if I want, so if I'm ever like "oh I forgot about that" I can pull it in, that's a value add, but I don't see a benefit to matching them only to match them again.

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      • nolesrule
      • Been waiting 5 years for the Stealing From the Future fix...
      • nolesrule
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      Aquamarine Rhythm I'm so glad they have a User Experience Architect on staff who can predict these various user experiences and prevent developers from implementing these things in a completely unreasonable manner, right?

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    • Aquamarine Rhythm Thanks for your feedback here! It sounds like you enter transactions yourself. Let me know if I have that wrong. By not matching, can you elaborate what you'd like to see there?

      Is that separate reference your entered version in the register and pending in it's own section? Or something else? Our Product team is looking closely at feedback. If you haven't submitted yet, your view is important!

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      • RocketBran
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      • 2 mths ago
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      Nicole A few more thoughts after a few more weeks. I do enter all my transactions manually and I've gotten pretty good at missing them only a few times a year.

      I have learned to check the C (cleared) icon when I approve matched transactions to see which ones are matched as pending and which are matched as cleared, which helps to differentiate those. That discovery makes me not hate matching them as much, but I do feel that distinction could be more clear.

      When a transaction is matched as pending, and you approve that on mobile (android), nothing visually changes. On desktop there's that column with the clock icon that tells you it's pending. On mobile there's nothing. So the entire thing of approving transactions, for them to look no different afterwards, feels futile. I might suggest you replace the grey C with the desktop's clock icon, kind of like how scheduled transactions get the calendar icon on mobile. That way there's actually something to show for the busy work.

      Another annoying discovery: pending transactions that don't automatically link, cannot be interacted with (android). I can't delete them, I can't match them, I can't tap them, I can't select the empty check box square. They are ghosts. If I want to enter now or delete, I need to open it on a computer.

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  • Unrelated to my previous comment, my unlinked auto loan tracking category got a transaction marked as pending somehow. It must have happened when the outflow in my checking account was linked? The symbol went away when I cleared it.

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    • Aquamarine Rhythm I checked with the developers, and this is intended behavior... but we're not sure if it makes total sense to do it that way. It's under discussion—feel free to bug me about it.

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    • RocketBran I know it's been a while, but this should be fixed now—please let me know if you see it again, and thank you for your patience!

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  • Thank you YNAB!  I am looking forward to this feature.

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  • I absolutely love this, its a big upgrade.

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      • PhysicsGal
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      • physicsgal
      • 4 mths ago
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      Aquamarine Commander Yeah, me too!   Thanks YNAB!

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  • Is there a maximum period for which pending transactions will show before they get cleared or removed? I have some transactions as old as November 13th. They match the dates and amounts of transactions I created manually but they're just sitting in Pending Transactions.

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    • Green Orca When the cleared/posted version imports, the pending version should disappear. It sounds like the bank integration needs an adjustment! Can you reach out here when you have a moment? Our importing team is happy to look closer.

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    • There is a second piece I wanted to add. On web/iOS, you can choose Enter Now which is another way to move it from the Pending section to the account register. The separate section and functionality is in the works for Android. 

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    • casner
    • Now retired, and figuring out transitions
    • casner
    • 4 mths ago
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    My Costco credit card pending imports seems to work just fine, and the match prompts me differently than for Cleared transactions. Since I have usually put the transactions in manually, they change from blank in the column to the clock face when I confirm.

    My Credit Union has begun putting Pending transactions into the Checking account online, as of a few months ago. I found it confusing at first, but helpful now that i am used to it. Unfortunately, YNAB doesn't import the Credit Union pending; only the Costco card pending shows up there.

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    • casner Glad to hear it! Not every bank makes pending transactions available, so it's possible they won't for the credit union but our importing team can double check to know for sure.

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  • This just popped up on my account a few minutes ago and I absolutely hate it.  I really hope YNAB adds a way to disable this "feature".  I can't think of any feature YNAB has added in the last three years that it so frustrating, off-putting, and breaking how I use the system.

    And before it's said again, no, you can NOT just ignore it by collapsing the Pending Transaction list.  Because it is auto-matching the holds to the already entered transactions.

    I collapsed it and it still matched four.  If I accept the link, which normally I would because I'd presume they were proper imports, it flips to the clock letting me know that no, it wasn't, it was a pending thing.

    It seems like now I'm going to have to avoid using importing at all, which will be a huge pain in the rear!  But I don't want temporary holds being matched to my transactions, I only want cleared ones, and there is absolutely no way to tell which got matched until it's accepted!  UGH!!!!

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      • Bruce
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      • Bruce
      • 4 mths ago
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      Summer Wilson Yeah, I've been doing manual file import, which granted is a few extra steps, and has to be specifically done (sit down, log in to account, request date range, download, and then match transactions,) but it doesn't pull in pending ones!

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  • Sweet another feature not available in most countries. 

     

    Thanks team

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  • Can we please have a toggle for it?
    My cringe goes deep when I see my entry & the pending transaction as a separate entry.
    I can't match them. Just gotta wait, while thinking my budget is ruined.

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