Import into multiple accounts
Support for importing transactions into multiple accounts via one CSV (denoted by an "account" column)
Ability to upload CSV to automatically-managed accounts
If a Plaid integration breaks, it would be nice to be able to bring an account up to date with CSVs. It would also be useful for adding more history when an account's website only goes back so far.
Match manually entered transactions
I have some recurring transactions and manually enter some for accounts that cannot automatically import. When I get a end of month report, I then import the CSV, and it'd be great if it could auto-match some of the transactions I entered against those imported!
Allow amounts in cents when uploading csv
I have a csv which shows the amounts in cents as integers, instead of decimals. It would be a great feature if I could determine that the amounts uploaded are in cents.
OXF file import
Allow the use of OXF files. My bank is a little unreliable when it comes to CSV export. Sometimes the amounts change if there is a currency conversion involved. With the OXF output they never change and they have an ID that can be tracked.
Persist state when going between steps
I would expect the state to be persisted when going from one step to the next and then back. For example: I manually match transaction categories in step 3, then go to step 4 and realize there is an error so go back to step 3 to fix it. There, I should see my manually matched categories. Instead, my manual matches are gone and I have to repeat the manual matching.
Import backup file from Mint into Lunch Money
I'd happily close my Mint account if I could easily import the many years of history from there into Lunch Money.
Allow to change what gets recognized as a date (ie. AUG to AGO)
Need Lunchmoney to allow for multiple date formats in other languages.
Import transaction fees from different column
Some bank statements (e.g. Transferwise) provide transaction fees as separate attribute transactions (i.e. in a separate column). Allow to select this columns and import the fees separately. This would also make it possible to import the transaction and its fee 'connected' (e.g. a split or grouped) so you would not have to do it manually.