22seven, the personal financial management tool that united South Africa’s banks in their opposition of it, recently announced a slew of updates.
Those whose free trial period has expired but want to check out the new features are able to do so, 22seven said in an email to users.
“Your information won’t be updated, but you can take our new toys for a test drive,” the company said.
The following new features were highlighed by 22seven.
- Categorise transactions differently: Click on a transaction and all of its details will pop up on a card.
- Split your transactions: Users can separate out amounts from one transaction. Useful it you drew cash and spent some on petrol and some on eating out, or if you used a card to buy groceries and clothes at the same store, for example.
- Categorise more than 1 transaction at a time: The categorisation feature has been moved to the Transactions page (it used to be in History), and lets users apply the same category and spending group to similar transactions.
- Export your info: Download transaction data as a CSV file. “Your transaction data belongs to you, just like your email,” 22seven said. “You should be able to do what you like with it.”
- Link new credit cards: Support for kulula and RMB credit cards were added by Yodlee.
22seven also announced that it would soon allow users to customise up to 3 of their own categories.