This has been implemented, but feel free to suggest improvements or additional categories.
In terms of “custom” categories, our idea is to use tagging for this.
Our goal is to maintain one master categorization model, as this will allow you to compare your spending with peers.
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Payment services => Apple Pay could be added
Communication => I wouldn't consider TV as communication but rather as leisure. It belongs in the same category as Spotify, Scribd, etc.
It might be interesting to have a separate category for monthly subscriptions. As these are in the end part of your monthly fixed costs and that is what you want to understand as customer?
Food and drinks => deliveries to be added (Uber eats, etc.) or is that all considered as fast food?
Healthcare => what is difference between "health supplies" and "pharmacy and drugs"?
Home => monthly fixed costs to be added? (e.g. for people living in apartments additional costs come on top for elevator maintenance etc.)
Information and education => the subcategories are all about education so why not just calling the parent "education"?
Travel & leisure => no added value in my opinion for separation of winter sports
A more general question, would there be an option to create your own category and link certain vendors to it (instead of having to chose "other")? Or would that be too difficult for the analytics on consumer data?