iPhone app issue with income amounts staying stable.

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I'm using EEBA on the iphone app. The amount in the "Income 1" section continues to revert to $500 instead of the amount I entered - looks like this may be a bug. I've tried editing it on the web version, but it's not synching with the iphone. Any tips welcome!
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Rachel Harris

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Posted 8 years ago

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Chi-En Yu, Official Rep

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Hi Rachel,

Yes, this is a bug, and we're so sorry you ran into it! We've written a fix for it, which will come out with our next iPhone app update. Your App Store app should give you a icon badge in a red circle when the update is available.

Thanks for your patience,
Chi-En
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Chad

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I hit this today. When will this update be available.
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Steven Tafzil, Employee

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Hi Chad,

We've rolled the fix into the next update for iPhone which we're working to get released as soon as we can. There's a lot more in store for EEBA on iPhone than just fixing this bug, so I hope you'll find that it was worth the wait!
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Chad

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This workaround seemed to work:
Delete Income 1 of 500. Use Income 2 and 3, which become 1 and 2 after you delete income 1.
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Chi-En Yu, Official Rep

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Hi folks,

This bug has been fixed, and it's available in EEBA for iPhone v1.2 on the App Store. Now when you go to More > Edit Budgets on iPhone and change your estimated income, the numbers are saved properly.

Sorry again for the trouble, and thanks for your patience,
Chi-En

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