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Mint.com, the popular personal finance management tool, has unveiled a new feature that reminds users when their bills are do and manages their bills in one place.
"In the past, Mint has been great as a historical record of transactions," Mint Product Manager Mee-Sun Yuk told Mashable. "But we're now starting to invest in features so you can use Mint more for the future."
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The new Mint bill reminder feature taps into your financial accounts to figure out when each of your bills are due in the next four weeks. This data is displayed in a dashboard on the top of the "Overview" page. A green bar indicates when a bill is due on a specific day, and hovering over that day will display which bills you need to pay.
You can customize whether you want reminders for certain bills, and you can set those reminders to arrive via email, SMS or the mobile apps. So, for example, if you don't want a reminder for your PG&E bill because it pays automatically, you can shut off that specific reminder.
According to Yuk, bill reminders was the most-requested feature by its users. The second most-requested feature was an iPad app, which the Intuit-owned company is working on.
The new feature launches in beta today and will roll out to all users next month. However, Mashable readers are invited to try the beta by following this link.
This story originally published on Mashable here.