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4th March 2020, 09:48 PM |#61  
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Hello guys,
I am really sorry for a long response, but i switched my primary job and now i have kind of trial period so can't spent a lot time to Monetal.
But for sure I will continue to work on it in April.

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to make an list of items to track expiry for items

Sounds interesting. Actually i also thought that it would be great to have some sort of reminder directly in Monetal since i check it everyday. But I was thinking more in slightly different way like "motify me if last transaction with this tag was 2 month ago". Ok, I saved this for future.

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Please go on, this would be great opportunity to use it like a superman. Are you going to add One Drive as a backup for the android app. I ask this because all me previous data is on One Drive.

Ok, i think we can setup several intro-sessions in April, stay tuned. I will post info here. About OneDrive I don't have any plans to support it, but there is two options for you right now - open WinPhone if its still alive and do "Monetal - Settings - Migrate to Android"; or just copy your backup files to Dropbox and import from there, file format completely the same.

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is there any ways we can import data from other apps? in CSV format perhaps?

Yes, there are several converters (MyMoney, HomeMoney, ZenMoney) but I found that nobody use them. So if you have a specific app and some party of peoples wanting to try Monetal i can write one more)

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HI there, does anyone know how to setup and credit card account in monetal for transactions/expenses done

Do you mean you want to log already existence transactions? For this just log them all and then edit account. There is another option to add transaction without effecting account but if you have many of them then the first way much easy. Or please give me more info what you are trying to do.
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4th March 2020, 11:49 PM |#62  
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Yes, there are several converters (MyMoney, HomeMoney, ZenMoney) but I found that nobody use them. So if you have a specific app and some party of peoples wanting to try Monetal i can write one more)

Can you perhaps enable the importer and give us the header of the CSV? I can try make my own data to import to monetal.
April is totally fine, take your time.

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6th March 2020, 07:49 AM |#63  
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Can you perhaps enable the importer and give us the header of the CSV? I can try make my own data to import to monetal.
April is totally fine, take your time. Thanks.

Hello, I have this page for importing data, but currently it's available only in russian interface: https://mymonetal.com/jumpToMonetal.php . As you can see currently it supports 5 different formats. I plan to translate this page soon and probably create a simple universal format to allow everybody prepare its data in Excel and then export to Monetal. I post an update later about this.
But anyway, what is the app do you want to import data from? If it's quite popular and you can provide sample data I can create a special importer to simplify the import flow.
6th March 2020, 08:21 AM |#64  
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Hello, I have this page for importing data, but currently it's available only in russian interface: https://mymonetal.com/jumpToMonetal.php . As you can see currently it supports 5 different formats. I plan to translate this page soon and probably create a simple universal format to allow everybody prepare its data in Excel and then export to Monetal. I post an update later about this.
But anyway, what is the app do you want to import data from? If it's quite popular and you can provide sample data I can create a special importer to simplify the import flow.

Unfortunately, I am currently using a (relatively) unpopular app https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...inancialrecord

Please let us know if you had decided the universal format to allow importing data to Monetal.
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6th March 2020, 09:01 AM |#65  
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Hi Ilya,

Its always good to write to you. I was trying to get a discount code but then I thought I should just buy it because believe me, this is one of my top three apps. And you deserve it to keep it alive for so many years and make it available also on android as windows phone vanished.

I see that on android there are many new functions, but I need help for mainly below point :
1. how does debt function work? (what if I have taken a loan from bank/friend, how will I log it) (how I transfer money from my account to this loan account so that I see what is remaining) ----- previously I just created an loan account and transferred it but now I want to use this debt function.
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how does debt function work?

Hi, you have several options here.
1) If you already got this money before you started using Monetal then just go to Debt tab and tap "+" beside "My debts" or "My loans". This will add debt or loan without affecting accounts. Then just pay for as you go for this creditor and this page will show debt status. When you cover all amount you got ($1000 for example) probably you will continue to pay as bank has its percents. In this stage Monetal will show that now bank owns you money. Just cover all debt completely and in the end you will see your overpayment ($50), which bank owns you. In the end I just tap on "heart button" beside debt to forgive it.

2) If you just took a credit then choose an account where money comes to, tap + , enter amount $1000, choose "Debts" > "MyFavoriteBank". Now on Debt tab you can see your debt to bank. Every month pay to this creditor by "-" beside any account and you will see how debt is melting down.
Feel free to ask additional questions. Probably it's easier to show then describe)

ps. here also a video but so far available in russian lang only https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TW8NL3iLoU
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