How do you use Tiller?--Predominant Time Frame

With all of the discussion about pending transactions, I’m curious how other people use Tiller. More specifically, I’m curious what the predominant time frame of your Tiller analysis is. I’ll admit that the message that Tiller is “useless” without pending transactions doesn’t resonate with me because I use Tiller primarily to think about things in a monthly timeframe (i.e., what day a specific transaction posts isn’t that important to me). So, just a curiosity question that might inform Tiller on what types of features are going to be most useful to the most users.

What is the predominant time frame of the financial analysis you do in Tiller?

  • Day
  • Week
  • Month
  • Quarter
  • Year
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Pending transactions also don’t matter for my use case, but I can see why it’s a popular feature request.

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Agreed. I understand why people want it. I’d be happy to have pending transactions as long as the implementation wasn’t too clunky. I’m genuinely curious how many people use Tiller as a day-to-day budgeting tool as opposed to something else.