EXAMPLE: Budget for Groceries $100
spent $80 ---> $20 Less
$120 to spend
(This I do not know how to explain properly) Those $20, To be in saving?
This feature is currently under development and will be released very soon together with new budget concept.
Kamil Wójcik commented
André Sá commented
And an option for the value of some categories to be a percentage of all or some specific monthly income.
Talha Waqar commented
The admins stopped listening and replying 2 years ago ...
Please please PLEASE implement this. I am highly considering purchasing this app but if it doesn't have this feature I don't know if it would be worth it!
氷川 日菜 (Hina) commented
"will be released very soon" - is 3 years since 2016 :| lol wut
This is the only thing I'm missing from this app. Could you please update????
Jan Haug commented
You announced this feature almost three years ago and it has not yet been implemented. May I ask you to comment on this. I find this feature indispensable and the budget feature without that rather pointless.
Is this option coming any time soon? Really, really need it. Only reason I rated 4* instead of 5.
Any chance that this feature will see the light? You started 2 years ago but I still could not find this setting.
Glenn Van De Putte commented
Any update on this rollover feature?
Danilo Prado commented
Anxiously waiting for this new budgeting system. :)
Patrick Kunz commented
I'm sorry to say, the budgeting is very uncomfortable. It would be really useful to have the possibility adding the difference of last Week/Month/Year automatically in next Week/Month/Year-Budget. (i.e. a checkbox on editing budget like "Auto-Cumulate?" would be nice) Actually the Budget-Function isn't practicable for me. I vote on this idea from at minimum 2 others, because of the biggest amount of votes actually.
The other 2 ideas with the same goal are:
-> BUG: Monthly Budget
-> IMPROVEMENT: Bring forward budget balance/deficit to next period!
--- Thanks to the walletapp-team for your great work on the other functions ---
Austin Greer commented
This would be great. The difference should be shown under budget how much you went over or under so you don't have to add them all up manually