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Mojito - Mint with a kick...

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Mint Customizations

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Description from store VERY IMPORTANT! None of your Mint data is shared with the developer. All tweaks are done locally on-the-fly (No cross-origin XMLHttpRequests). New! Loan Repayment calculator now supports extra payments (multiples of a number) As of Mojito 1.60 If you first installed this extension prior to 6/05/2014, you are grandfathered to the latest and greatest, no monthly fees. Didn't make the cutover? Check the Cuba Libre extension! One time fee of $2.99 What is the difference between Mojito and Cuba Libre? Currently only the Loan Repayment Calculator (new in 1.60!). Throughout the year Mojito will be adding new features as part of its subscription at no extra charge, whereas future updates to Cuba Libre will be In-app purchases ==Features== - Transaction date filters (Search transactions by date range) - Option to hides Bill Reminders from Overview Page - Option to hide loan accounts with zero balance - Use old screen-friendly font - Save 'bookmarks' for loan calculations! - Allows filter transactions by a predetermined date range or custom date ranges - Removes annoying blue ads in account list - Recent transactions with Notes show a small note Icon. Hover over the transaction description to see the note text (Only available in recent transactions for Overview page for now). - Your favorite sort preference is now remembered across sessions and page refreshes. Each account section can have a different default sort order. - Budget items that are *exactly* at Budget amount (i.e. $0.0 left) are shown as a green bar instead of yellow. This is useful for fixed budgeted expenses like mortgage or rent. - Option to disable Mint annoyingly short timeout (See screenshot). - Print View for Transactions (BETA) - Adds recent transactions section right on the Overview page. - Layout Options: You can specify which sections of the Overview page should appear (i.e. Alerts, Upcoming Bills, etc...) - Ability to hide credit card accounts with zero balances - Account Sorting This extension automatically sorts accounts by balance AND also adds a button next to each Account section in Mint.com (i.e. Cash, Credit Cards, Loans, etc..). This button allows users to sort their accounts by their desired sorting preference (ascending,descending or alphabetically). ==Known Issues== Found an issue? Let me know! For Print View rows may be cut in half between pages (Webkit/Chrome Bug) ==Changelog== Version 1.66 - Fixed Color Balances not working - Switch to Use native Mint.com functionality to hide overview features - Misc bug fixes Version 1.63 - Fix styling issue with sorting functionality. Version 1.62 - Breakfix modules not hiding after new Mint UI - CSS tweaks to increase information density Version 1.61 -New! Save Loan calcs as bookmarks Version 1.60.1 - Fix excess whitespace between accounts and transactions on Overview page Version 1.60 - New! Loan Repayment Calculator (Subscribers). Also available in Free Mode until 1/14. Version 1.59 - Grandfathered users who first installed the extension before 5/31/14 - Added Bill Reminders toggle option again Version 1.58 - Transactions Filters functionality no longer triggers 'View your browsing history' permission. Version 1.57 - Fixed Transaction filters not working. - Fixed Bills sections not hiding - Remove 'Recommendation' ads from Transactions page Version 1.56 - Bugfixes. Added ability to hide loans Version 1.54 - Bugfixes Version 1.53 - Fixed Advice module not being hidden - Fixed Recent Transactions Table width - Added option to use old fonts - Added option to not color account balances - Save your eyes! change color of Budget links to something more readable - Version 1.52 - Fixed transaction filter buttons not showing after latest Mint CSS update Version 1.43.4 - Fixed Mint.com bug where Everything else transactions do not open in new tab Version 1.43.3 - Fixed Javascript error after Mint removed Ways to Save module. Version 1.43.1 - Added options to hide Credit Score Module - Fixed Investments sorting Version 1.43 - Notes icon in Recent Transactions - Ability to hide Transactions module from Overview page. Not that you would like to do that, right ;) Version 1.42 - Bug fix for options not saving. - Bug fix Icons not loading in Linux Version 1.41 - Added ability to remember default sort preference - Changed budget items with exactly $0.0 left to show as green instead of yellow. Version 1.40 - Fixed issue where accounts were unsorted again after an account refresh. - Fixed bug where sorting would mess-up the alert icon for accounts with connection problems. - Added hover-effect for Recent Transactions Version 1.39.2 - Fixed bug where Recent transactions module would show twice in some cases - Fixed timeout not clearing. Version 1.39 - Fixed bug where extension did not load upon initial login. - Added shortcut to options page and version number. - Added Google Analytics (anonymous extension usage statistics) Version 1.38 - Updated package after Mint.com updated their homepage markup Version 1.37 - Revamped Options page UI - New feature! Disable Mint timeout. Version 1.36 - Alpha sort now uses account nickname as secondary sort criteria. - Mouse over a recent transaction shows a tooltip with the transaction category Version 1.35 - Added 'See More' button for Recent transactions Version 1.34 -Fixed bug missing minus sign in recent transactions Version 1.33 - Added CSS stylesheet to support printing reports from the transactions page Version 1.32 - UI Tweaks recent transactions Version 1.30 - Added Recent Transactions section to Overview Page - Performance improvements Version 1.21 - Fixed JavaScript error when no sections have been hidden. Version 1.2 - Added Options page Version 1.1 - Fixed bug where accounts would not sort upon load - Faster initial account sort - Removed Extension button since is not needed - Removed console debug messages

Latest reviews

  • (2019-11-28) Mark Ma: not working anymore
  • (2019-06-27) Anthony Steiner: I used this a few years ago, before Intuit bought Mint.com... it was great for back then, but it seems to be inconsistently working these days. I created something... newer that will be kept up to date. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mintoil-for-use-with-intu/hloghkakfnomphkalbebbgnalbcknlih Enjoy a fully functional 90-day trial. If you like it, keep it. Sadly, it's also a subscription model a bit like this one, but one-time charges doesn't cover the amount of time and effort it takes to keep this thing up to date. Chrome is always changing it's APIs, and Mint is not much better about that. Keep an open mind.
  • (2018-07-21) Thomas Forshaw: Used to work well, but became inconsistent / wonky when they moved to a subscription-based model. I've had it disabled every since.
  • (2018-06-29) sreeraj: this does not work anymore. i was trying out the free version and the sort option does not even show!
  • (2018-06-01) Matt Blake: I love this extension. Mint is a great product, but it has a lot of functionality gaps that are frustrating. This extension works toward filling some of the frustrating UI gaps, and it appears to be done fairly elegantly. I would give 5 stars if I could just buy it. Charge me $5. Charge me another $5 to upgrade whenever you have meaningful feature upgrades Make it $10... Make it $20 or $49.99 if its good enough...I dont care... ...just for the love of God and all that is holy... don't make me track another subscription that I will forget and continue paying long after I stop using it... long after Mint is gone... long after humanity has been reduced to scavenging post-apocalyptic ruins for food scraps... I will realize my card is still being charged. Another unseen friction in my life like barnacles on the bottom of a boat slowing its glide. its like you cant buy a dang toaster without a subscription model to track. Maybe add another feature to your extension to track unused extension fees? I get the model. If I had a software company, i would try to convert unpredictable license revenues to predictable and growing income streams that maintain despite my ability to maintain a pace of annual feature adds in hopes of upgrade fees... BUT... this is a small extension. Its more like a toaster than a car... so maybe the purchase model can reflect that?
  • (2017-07-05) Adam Brandeis: Love love this extension. It is so helpful and so useful. It is amazing to be able to add in notes and categorize mint just the way I need to.
  • (2017-03-12) Andreas Turanski: Mainly used the date range feature, but not worth current high cost. Maybe $1 one time. Now use Mint Date Range which isn't as good, but not monthly charge (I have no connection with either). Value for money for all features = 1-2 stars. For a free or low cost purchase it was a 4 or 5 stars, but not worth $12/year for something use a few times a month. For example, Lastpass mobile was $12/year and it is something people use 2-50x/day. That was a good value for money.
  • (2017-02-19) Patrick R. F. Blakley: Awesome work. I probably won't purchase the subscription, but after taking a look at the trial I really think you did a phenomenal job!
  • (2017-02-01) Since the changeover to paid extension, it is not worth the cost. Might be worth, at most, a one-time 99 cents for the timeout override.
  • (2017-01-12) Richard Pasley: Stop with the entitlement attitude and give the guy a break... He's just trying to make a little scratch for his hard and worthy work. If you don't want to pay a subscription fee, that's fine. Either buy Cuba Libre or go back to a less functional Mint, but don't trash the guy's ratings out of spite.
  • (2017-01-09) Brian Beaird: Great app that adds really nice quality of life improvements to mint. Would highly recommend! $1/mo is kind of high for me, but I'd say the $3 Cuba Libre version of this is actually worth it.
  • (2017-01-08) Unnecessary subscription model introduced.
  • (2017-01-08) Alessandro Dallafina: I was a huge fan of Mojito but the latest change in the business model made me really sad, I would have liked to pay a one time fee instead. Not sure if it's worth the money.
  • (2017-01-07) Not worth the new monthly subscription. Hard pass.
  • (2017-01-06) Ho Le: Taking away features, just to charge to get them back, is a terrible practice. No thanks.
  • (2017-01-06) Brian Boyer: Love the extension. Not sure I'll do the monthly subscription or the one-time purchase of Cuba Libre, but I wanted to express my appreciation for the hard work put into it given all the recent one-star ratings, all of which are based on having to pay. Hate to see the rating of an otherwise outstanding extension get trashed over this.
  • (2017-01-05) Mario Raushel: $12/year for minor tweaks after being free? nope
  • (2017-01-05) Michael Wight: Loved it. Would pay one-time fee, but a subscription is ridiculous. No notification or anything. Just stopped working. Shame on you. Bye.
  • (2017-01-04) Dustin: monthly subscription for this? no thanks.
  • (2017-01-04) Justin Paupore: Taking away features that used to be free and hiding them behind a monthly subscription? Sorry, not cool.
  • (2017-01-04) Tyler Dyck: I agree with everyone else. Subscription = BAD. One time fee for 'Pro' features would have been a lot better. Great app otherwise
  • (2017-01-04) Diogo Lopes: sorry but charge monthly is a HORRIBLE idea. I know you have a one payment option but it should be this one.
  • (2017-01-04) Justin Aiken: Quit working, now is a monthly fee for features that used to be free.
  • (2017-01-02) Nicholas Amante: I'd sooner stop using Mint than pay a monthly subscription for this.
  • (2017-01-02) David Hood: Been using this for a year. Now it's moved to a subscription model and doesn't work any longer. The free version is supposed to do something but it seems to be doing nothing.

Latest issues

  • (2019-06-17, v:1.66) Miles Fagerlie: Is Mojito still working?
    I can't get Mojito to work on either Chrome or Brave web browsers. Is this extension still functional?
  • (2019-05-23, v:1.66) Cody Banks: Devlopment
    Are you still activity working on this plugin? or has it gone by the way side? I would love to be able to get rid of those annoying ads!
  • (2019-04-27, v:1.66) Cindi Rowan: The date range is not working. How to fix?
    The date range is not working. How to fix?
  • (2019-04-27, v:1.66) Cindi Rowan: Pay for Mojito
    I had to uninstall Mojito and now it is asking me to pay again. How to return to previous account or cancel so I am not charged twice?
  • (2019-03-01, v:1.66) Jay A: Adding Date range for Bills page
    It would be nice to have option to select date range in Bills page. I like to see total bills due for the week, for the month is by default, but option to see current week, next week etc.
  • (2019-02-24, v:1.66) Charlie Hustead: chrome book icon
    I have mint membership but can not get it on my chrome book
  • (2018-12-08, v:1.66) Jim Crocker: mojito is breaking mint login
    after clicking login to mint, it takes you to a white page with mojito 1.66 in the top left, and has broken the mint login. https://mint.intuit.com/overview.event?utm_medium=direct&cta=nav_login_dropdown no bueno
  • (2018-08-04, v:1.65) Not working
    None of the features are working. Noticed it hasn't been updated since Oct 2017.
  • (2018-05-16, v:1.65) Tim Vanderet: Nothing works
    Just purchased a subscription but am getting no functionality. Tried clearing the license cache, but that didnt do anything
  • (2018-02-14, v:1.65) Evan Goldin: Previous/next
    The #1 thing that kills me about Mint.com is that it takes SO many clicks to move from viewing the details on one item to another. I would LOVE the ability to just hit j/k (like in Gmail) and move from one transaction to another. I'd gladly pay for that. Email [email protected] if you add this!

Statistics

Installs
2,715
Category
Rating
3.3387 (124 votes)
Last update / version
2018-08-13 / 1.66
Listing languages
en

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