This is a very simple feature request:
When searching up for something, I'd like to be able to search in all accounts at the same time, not just the one i'm currently looking at.
Also, I'd like to be able to quickly see the sum of all the located transactions that have been found through the search criteria.
Just a quick feedback: the app is really laggy on my 2013 MBA. All the other apps run just fine. Hope you guys improve that.
I've logged it as a feature request in our ticketing system. I can't say when or if it will be done...we basically do features based on priority and the priority is determined by the number of people requesting a specific feature. As much as I want to do all features asked of us at once, the reality is that we have limited resources and the only way to satisfy the maximum amount of people is through prioritization. I hope this makes sense.
Your feedback is noted. Have in mind that we have people who ask us to make the text smaller, and people who ask us to make it larger... what we'll probably do is to make it configurable, but that won't come out in the next few months as it requires major changes that are very time consuming.
The sum at the bottom is on our to-do list... it's a UI issue to solve on iOS, because the keyboard hides the bottom, but we'll figure out something nice.
All right. I figured out how to search on all acounts at the same time both on the Mac and iOS.
Now what I need is the auto-sum at the bottom for the itens found.
I agree, this would be really nice to have.
This would be quite useful
We can only search on all or ONE account. Not flexible to select the accounts to search on.
There are 2 ways:
1. Go to All Transactions and just type in the payee name in the search field. To go to All Transactions, open the menu and notice the "eye" icon near the Accounts button. Tap that icon and MoneyWiz will display all transactions from all accounts in one list.
2. Go to any account, start searching and notice there are 2 tabs on the top of the screen... "Current" account, "All"accounts ... select "All" and that means your search will run in all accounts, not just the currently selected one.
I hope this helps :)