The labs isn’t really a beta testing ground - Think of it more as early access to certain features
I think that is more where TestFlight comes in.
Not sure if this has been suggested before, but it would be great if I could make a payment on my personal account, and then assign/move it to the joint account.
Sometimes I don’t have my card, or we suggest “actually put that meal on the joint account”. Would make the feeds look more succinct, rather than transferring money out etc.
I want to bring up a feature again that I mentioned ages ago and that is the ability to automatically split direct debits.
All our household bills come out of the joint account and we each over estimate the total amount of all bills and transfer half in each at the beginning of the month so we’re ready for them to be taken. What would be better is if selected transactions could automatically be split.
For example gas & electric is never a fixed amount so when the direct debit is requested I’d like it to automatically take half from my account and half from my partners. We’re forced to have a single account in order to open a joint one so why not get to make the most of it?
Most bills increase too and this would also help mitigate the risk of payment failing due to lack of funds. Especially since overdrafts aren’t available either
TestFlight team?!? Is this an option?!! I’d beta the crap outa anything!
That sounds cool, but I’m not quite sure how it would work as I don’t think it’s legal to rewrite history (I.e. to pretend money was sent from a different account). Mind you, you’re not talking about a simple transfer of funds, but rather spending money on a card and I don’t know precisely how that works (as in, how the funding account is attached to the card). Cos with a credit card you spend and then decide how to pay after the event. Perhaps you could pay with one Monzo card and then reassign the funding account internally with Monzo? If that’s possible, that would achieve precisely what you said. But, even so, I think it might become a bit messy to manage, so I reckon you might have to make it look like you paid using the other card. And then that becomes problematic again, cos you didn’t really.
To clarify, I didn’t think you were saying “let me transfer money from one account to another and then change my mind about where I sent it from” as that would be illogical and impossible to manage if sending funds to another bank. But I still think the idea might be too complex to manage (and possibly illegal). But I might well be wrong, of course.
What do you reckon? Or did I get hold of the wrong end of the stick?
I think Curve do something similar. You can make a payment then choose which card it gets assigned to within a certain time frame.
That’s correct. You Can go back in time to move any purchase under £1000 up to 14 days after it was made. You can only do it once per transaction.
Ah, that’s interesting, thanks for the info. I guess that’s a bit like paying with your credit card and then choosing how to pay it off later, which has been available forever and is one of the main reasons for having a credit card. But in this case you use another credit card (the one you choose) to do the paying off (and then pay that one later).
How (if at all) will these changes impact IFTTT? Will it be possible to reference Joint Account pots with it?
Forgive me if this has been addressed, I’ve not been on the forums for a while so I’m playing catch up…!
It would be great to hear a summary of what is expected to be released and how things should work before the launch. Like IFTTT, roundup, savings, etc.
Any news on the switching server yet? Holding out for that myself.
I assume you mean switching service i.e. CASS?
There are no announced plans to enable this. Your only option is to do it manually and those who have done it this way are reporting that it isn’t as big of an issue as they first thought
Do we know when the following will be fixed? If I purchase an item using my monzo current account 1) I can’t split it with my joint account 2) if I send the money from my joint to my current account it doesn’t update the summary so always looks like I’ve spent more than I actually have.
Save together with Pots on joint accounts!