I love pots, but it would be cool if there could be a list of transfers to/from a particular pot, sort of like a debit log for each pot. Aslo applicable to the coin jar. Would be helpful to track down the filling up of the pots. Also would be cool to be able to set up regular pay-day boosts to a particular pot
Pots need transaction feeds (what you describe), scheduled transfers, direct debits. All that means pots need to be bank accounts. Maybe one day they’ll do that
on iOS - try search function , put in the name of the pot and it will give you an exportable list of the debits and credits
works for Coin Jar as well
For what it’s worth, the Breakdown feature we’re working on (replacement for the Spending tab as it currently is) will show you more detail on the activity of your Pots on a per Pot basis
@iansilversides idea is great in the meantime!
Ian, you have made my day.
On Android pretty much the same. Search name of pot and it’ll come up. Also if you click the pot on feed you can see transactions… By clicking ‘Number of withdrawals’
So for example I click that and it has a list of every withdrawal and deposit I’ve put into said pot… E.g.
Which I think covers what you’re asking for.
I am curious about the tattoo you want removed
Me too. I wasn’t aware that tattoos could be deleted, either.
Pulsed Laser treatment, with frequency/wavelength varied depending on the colour of the tattoo ink.
I have monthly laser removal to get rid of tattoos on my arms I got when I was drunk and 16/17
I am thinking of getting a tattoo done, would you advise against it?
Really depends. I have quite a few tattoos. It’s just I got some shit ones on both my arms just over ten years ago which just aren’t me anymore.
What you thinking of getting? How long have you wanted it for?
Tattoo removal however is really expensive. It’s £80 for one arm. And it needs at least 12 sessions on each arm. So that’s more money than I’d like to work out…
SEPA or PayPass logo?
cool idea…but something more boring, just something personal
How painful is it?
More painful than getting a tattoo but still manageable