Mint like webpage interface

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I love EEBA, even more so than Mint.com simply because EEBA is more functional (take for instance it's ability to have a cash account... or three or four cash accounts like I have). What I really don't like is EEBA's web interface.

If the website could look like the app, and display the bars in a useful manner, it would be a help. And if it could be pretty like Mint.com... well... that would be GREAT!
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Matt

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Audrey Chau

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Hi Matt,

Thank you for the user feedback. We're glad that EEBA's functionality has been good for you and your budget.

And thank you also for your suggestion to update the web app's Envelope bars. I have recorded your comments about the Envelope bar and the web app aesthetic in our requested features tracker.

Thanks!
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Matt

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Thanks Audrey,

Let me really focus on my big wish. Again, functionality blows everything else away... including Mint.com. My wish is that we could turn the bars around. When my wife and I used Mint, we could look and both easily see and feel where we were based on the progress bars. The big difference with EEBA is that they move from left to right... like reading or a calendar.

I SOOO wish we could have the option to see the bars move from left to right and not right to left. My wife is smart, but she just doesn't get the charts on EEBA, and to be honest, I can see and understand it but I don't "feel" it like I do when we look at our Mint.com progress bars.

So in summery, even if it was just on the devices, we would LOVE to be able to turn the bars around and see time (and our spending) progress left to right.

Thanks,
Matt
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Audrey Chau

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Hi Matt,

Great clarification. We move our Envelope bars in this direction to represent money being taken out of the Envelope. When you add money, the bar grows to the right, and when you make an expense, the bar moves a little to the left. When the bar is all the way to the left, you have no more money allocated to that Envelope. This allocation method sets aside the money at the beginning of the month, before it gets spent.

I can see how this requires a some change in framework and will record your comments in our requested features tracker. Your voice and suggestions are much appreciated.

Thanks!