As of yet Dyme focuses on subscriptions and other fixed expenses that are automatically imported from your bank account and placed in an overview. However, we do offer the option for you to see your earnings in an overview, as well as a list of your ‘rough’ expenses. This is where you’ll find your variable expenses as well, like shopping, but at the moment Dyme does not offer all the features you might need to use the app as a ‘cash book’.
Many people use ‘cash books’, in Excel or on paper, to organise their finances. In these cash books debits and credits are noted. This gives a clear overview of what you’re spending a month and, more importantly, on what. Based on your cash book you can start making changes to your expenses and set budgets or saving targets.
We’ve been asked to add more ‘cash book’ features to the app. We listen to your requests, so you can expect more of these types of features in the near future.
Miss anything else in the app? Please email us any suggestions you might have at firstname.lastname@example.org.