This section contains the features that help you analyze your expenses and get some insights into your spending habits. It's a really eye-opening experience that motivates to spend less and sticks to the budget.
Every time you make a purchase, it goes to a certain category automatically. The pie-chart shows all the expenses you've been making during the current month divided by categories. The calculations also include refunds and reimbursements per category, so if you spent $1000 on Shopping and then returned a few items and had $300 back, you'll see $700 at the Shopping category in the pie-chart.
Note: the "Everything else" category in the pie-chart includes the categories that you've spent less than 5% of your total expenses on.
This tab shows a trend - a visualization of your spendings - and a list of categories with total balance for each of them.
The small number with an arrow indicates how much more/less you spent on this category compared to the previous month.
If you want to see all categories in this category, just go to List, tap category and you'll see the full list of transactions.
As you know, you can add #hashtags in the notes to your transactions to add granularity to your spending. Read more about #hashtags HERE.
This tab is the place where you can check reports for those #hashtags.
Here you will find a list of #hashtags that you ever used. Just tap one and you'll see a graph and the total balance