Published 8 months ago
You said, we heard! We’ve taken spending analytics to greater heights!
Many of you wanted us to enhance the analytics experience so you can stick to your budget easier. That's what we've done.
The all-new spending analytics presents data on your spending in a much more user-friendly way. Now you’ll be able to see how much you’re spending on transport, food or online shopping down to the percent!
So what’s different?
We've equipped you with not 1 but 3 different interactive sections to give you complete visibility and insights on your spending!
We've changed the daily spend graph to a cumulative one so you can visibly notice which days in the month your spending has increased or decreased.
You can now also see the percentage breakdown of each category of your spend and this is visualised with a pie chart. And like in the previous analytics, you'll still be able to check out the list of transactions made by tapping into a specific category.
We've added a bar chart at the bottom of the analytics tab where you'll be able to find out how much you've spend the year to date. If you feel shocked by the amount, know that you're not alone!
The bar chart also gives you visibility to your spending month by month and compares it with the previous year too.
Our all-new analytics is already available to all iOS and Android users so make sure you update the BigPay app now if you haven’t already done so.
We’d love to hear your thoughts about the all-new analytics and any other ideas to make the product better — just tweet us at @bigpaymeapp or comment below.
We also know that many of you are eager to know what else is coming soon. Do keep a look out for the blog in the next few months. We've got many more exciting news to share with you all.
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