I’m new the tiller community and trying to learn as much as I can during the trial period. Please forgive me if this is obvious, I couldn’t find an answer.
I’ve been exploring the transaction splitter and am wondering if a split action is reversible in any manner other than manually adjusting one of the split transactions and deleting the remaining transactions created by the split tool.
It would be nice to be able to adjust the values and change the number of splits retroactively if I’ve made a mistake or want to split out additional items (or remove existing ones) without losing track of the total mathematical relationship of the transactions. Costco, for example is the worst as I will usually categorize it as groceries and/or furnishings, but later will realize we purchased something as a gift for somebody.
If there isn’t a way to do this currently, this may just be a feature request. It would be nice if the splitting tool could recognize its own meta data (split note) and combine it with the transaction ID to identify all of the other already split transactions and repopulate the split window with the existing numbers. (Does that make sense?)
If that’s too tricky, another way might be to automatically create an extra positive entry matching the original transaction total value (rather than delete the original transaction) for a zero sum. (Similar to the way the super awesome Amazon Line Item tool works.) This would at least allow the original transaction to remain untouched so that there is both a clearer paper trail and an easier way to revert back to the single transaction for starting over.
Thanks for any advice,