Previously, credit card account types displayed transactions in reverse coloration. This meant that debit transactions (purchases and charges) displayed green and credit transactions (payments and refunds) displayed black. With this fix, transactions on credit card account types will now display with the expected coloration, with debit transactions (purchases and charges) in black and credit transactions (payments and refunds) in green.
Business sub-users with permission to view statements:
Resolved an issue that caused business sub-users to not view statements when they had permission to do so.
Added custom categories for sub-users:
Sub-users can now add custom categories to transactions in desktop accounts.
Financial Wellness & Account Aggregation Widget
Added A Configurable Aggregation Link To The Financial Wellness Widget Spending Tab On Desktop
A configurable aggregation link is now showing in the Financial Wellness Spending tab. This feature allows end users to add an external account directly within the Spending tab where the end user can track expenses from all internal and external accounts.
Added Transaction Data Enrichment Spending Over Time Visualization To Financial Wellness Widget
A new interactive visualization has been added to the Spending tab of the Financial Wellness widget that allows end users to view and filter categorized spending up to 12 months. The visualization replaces the monthly dropdown filter.
Resolved An Issue That Caused The Average Savings Needed In The Added Goal Screen To Be Incorrect
Resolved an issue that caused the average savings needed amount in the "Add Goal" screen to be incorrect. Now, when adding a new savings goal, the projected savings needed calculation is correct for goals targeted less than a month away.
Dropped Support For iOS 11 And iOS 12
As announced with the 3019 iOS release, we have dropped support for iOS 11 and iOS 12, making iOS 13 our lowest supported version going forward. Dropping support for iOS 11 and iOS 12 allows us to take advantage of new features and frameworks only available in later iOS versions.
Dropped Support For Android OS 6 (Marshmallow)
As announced with the 3019 Android release, we have dropped support for Android OS 6 (Marshmallow), making OS 7 (Nougat) our lowest supported Android OS going forward. Dropping support for Android OS 6 will allow us to take advantage of new features only available in later Android OS versions.
Notification widget is now the Alerts widget:
The former Notification widget was replaced with an Alerts widget. The redesign will allow present Alert options available at the Account level. The new options will appear under the “More” section.