Search function on flex

Search on flex

Hi everyone, firstly I will begin by saying I’m a massive fan of flex. I think it’s a truly awesome and innovative way of financing items. Not sure if I’m being stupid, but there doesn’t seem to be any search function for searching current or previous flex transactions

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All Flex transactions are listed within your Flex account or search for Flex and you can use the usual search

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Awesome thanks for that I still think it would be nice to search completed transactions so you can see the total price

Does this now still work with the new layout and with Flex living on the home screen?

I don’t see any ‘Flex’ tag like on the screenshot.

This is on the new layout

I think it isn’t yet available on Android. Requesting another pair of android eyes here.

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:eyes: :disappointed: :android:

Another pair of eyes confirms no Flex search on Android.

In fact, search overall is sub-par on Android.

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Currently, it would appear that you can only search debit card transactions from the search bar. It would be great if you could also search your credit card (Monzo Flex) transactions from the same place.

As well as not being able to search on flex transactions (not on Android anyway), current account search is also poor. You can’t search on amounts for instance. Come on Monzo, this stuff is really basic!

Will Android ever get search on Flex? Lucky Apple users, flexing it.
:slight_smile: :smiling_face_with_tear:

No flex searching on iOS either.

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Platform Parity at last!

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Hi

I’d like to be able to search through Flex transactions also.

Perhaps given the option to choose one or both accounts.

At the moment I can only search current account transactions.

Thanks

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I was literally going to come on and post the same thing. I went to look for a transaction yesterday and couldn’t find a way to search flex which baffled me!

You can search the paying back because it’s a payment from your current account, which appears to be the only account you can search transactions on.

The search feature in itself is very good. Being able to filter down to very particular details, etc.