Ryan D 5 Posted November 6, 2015 Share Posted November 6, 2015 I had a feature request that I wanted to pass along to the Evernote team. I have used a number of different finance tools to manage my family's budgets. Like everyone I have a number of streams of finance data I'm trying to manage... checking accounts, credit cards, student loans, etc. All the available finance management options fall short in my opinion, Mint.com, Learnvest, on and on. A perfect solution for my budget management would be an adaption of Evernote applied to my various financial transactions. If I could aggregate all my accounts in the same way that Mint.com does, but each transaction applied as a note then have the structure of tags and notebooks I would be golden. I wouldn't even want a rules engine, just a structure. I would obviously need some basic reporting on the transactions as applied to the meta data structure I designed with Evernote features. But value is in the flexibility and simplicity of the solution that Evernote already provides with their tools today. Again, just my opinion, but I think that most folks who use any of the finance tools today after about a year get a good feel for exactly how they want to manage everything and most of the tools are just to rigid. A tear comes to my eye on how cleanly I could manage this stuff if only the Evernote methodologies could be applied to this scenario. Link to comment
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