Check our snazzy new graphs!
Well, what’s new?
- Bolder colors!
- Pie chart or bar graph! Whichever you fancy.
- Option to see purchases, expenses or income graphs.
Purchases graph – All of our members have a “What you spent the most money on: purchases”. Here you can see a
breakdown of your monthly purchases.
Expenses & Income – Our premium subscribers can create two additional graphs – one for expenses and one for income.
These two additional graphs gives you a complete picture of your saving and spending habits!
- Amount of money spent and percentages! (You can do this by placing the cursor over a slice or bar)
- Plus two additional features – “Save this graph” and “Edit this graph”.
“Save this graph” lets you choose which purchases you want to see in pie or graph form. You can choose all purchases or
select a few you that you want to focus on. It’s up to you! Just remember to press the “save this graph” button to save your
“Edit this graph” allows you to see all your purchases at once, but it also allows you to see specific purchases for
subcategories. For example, if I wanted to see how much money I spent on #dinner vs. #coffee, I click on “Edit this graph”
and click the boxes “dinner” and “coffee” and press the button “Update your graph”. This will show me which category I
spent the most money on. My graph tells me I have a coffee addiction! Well, let’s say I want to see which brand has more of
my hard earned money. I click on “Edit your graph” and unclick “dinner”, but click on all the coffee brands I spent my
money on (ie. Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts). Don’t forget to press “Update your graph”. The next graph shows me a
breakdown of which brands I spent my money on.
That’s it for now. Hope you like the new graphs! If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.