Spectrum is alive again! Post a new thread or ask anything quick in here!
A while back we moved to reddit but I've noticed that it's not nearly as easy for people to quickly post a question if they don't already have a reddit account. There's no reason we can't have both communities open and people can use whichever they prefer. Eventually it would be…
Importing from European banks
👋 Acutal community! It's great to see the new api released and already being documented on the website. Since my bank only supports exporting transactions as csv files, I had to enter them by hand until now. Using the api I could write a small script to automate the import.…
Question about cleared / pending transactions
Hello to the Actual community! I just started trying out the app and syncing functions yesterday, and it seems like a wonderful alternative to YNAB4 for me. The only thing I'm hung up on is handling upcoming (uncleared) transactions. The app shows account totals as if all the…
Anyone trying out the API in 0.0.103 beta?
I made a little menu bar app that shows the progress of your spending against the budget over the course of the current month. If you want to try it check out https://github.com/infiniteluke/actual-menubar. From what I understand, this kind of view will be buildable when the…
[Enhancement Request ] Reuse "Payee" and "Notes" entries
First off, I just started using Actual (macOS) and it looks incredible. A decade ago I had to create my own finances tool (using Excel and now Sheets) because nothing gave enough control to the end-user. However, Actual looks like it meets all of my needs. One thing that could…
Seeing "Subscribe!" in top right of desktop app, but I am subscribed
Unfortunately, I'm not sure if this is due to v0.0.102 but I'm suddenly seeing "Subscribe!" in the top right. I tried entering my code from January but it said it is invalid. Syncing still works between Desktop and iOS so maybe it's just a UI thing?
Thoughts on moving to reddit?
I wanted to get this discussion going: I want to move this community to reddit. What do you all think about that? I like Spectrum as a lightweight forum but I keep finding myself wanting to either be more like a real-time chat like Slack or more like a fully-featured forum like…