Seeing ALL "Scheduled Transactions" as default?

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Am I imagining things, or didn't the web version used to limit the scheduled transactions showing in the main window to just two or three like the app does? Now they're all listed and I have dozens of scheduled events that amount to over a full page of transactions before I get to any actual spending. There's still a "see all your scheduled transactions" link that takes me to that page, but I'm already seeing them all on the transaction list (and to be honest, they're in the way). Is that how it's supposed to function, or is it a recent change/bug? I'd like to hide those when I'm working with transactions if possible so it functions similarly to the app in that regard. Thanks for your feedback.

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Tiffany Kucifer

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Alex Park, Official Rep

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Hi Tiffany,

Sorry for the confusion! In almost all cases, the behavior you remember (of only 2 scheduled transactions showing above the posted transactions list) is still what happens on the Web app. However, in your specific case, it looks like the sheer quantity of your scheduled transactions is causing the Web app to display a different behavior. Specifically, if you have over 100 scheduled transactions in your household, it will switch from the contained 2 scheduled view to what you're seeing now, where the scheduled transactions sort of overrun your transactions list.

This is a pretty rare situation (it's not common that people anticipate as far ahead as you have!), but I've made a note of this in our tracker for possible future fixing.

Hope that makes sense!
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Tiffany Kucifer

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Thanks Alex—Now you can see why we use a budget!
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Wayne Bird

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I personally like displaying more pending transactions (one to two months out) because it gives me a bit of a forecast of my bank account.