One of the wonderful things about our relatively free banking system is that many of us have multiple accounts across many providers. And one of the wonderful things about Snoop is that we can now see the aggregate of all these (*Snoop connected) accounts in Snoop.
A suggestion (used by other aggregators that I really like) would be ability to see my total worth in Snoop - based on those accounts I’ve got connected. So basically the sum of all my accounts in credit minus my credit cards, etc.
One of the issues that other aggregators have with this total worth number though is that there’s a good chance Snoop isn’t connected to all the accounts I currently have (for example I’m missing Monzo pots, NS&I accounts, mortgages, investments, loans, etc) and therefore that total number will never be right. So one of the things Snoop could do that no-one else does is give us the ability to decide which accounts we want included in that Snoop total worth. So I could choose to see only the total of all my current accounts, or I could see the balance of a particular current account against one of my credit cards, etc. This would mean that debts showing in Snoop that can’t be balanced by savings not held in Snoop could be excluded. Or in the future when Snoop perhaps shows mortgages too (?) they could be excluded so that they don’t eclipse everything else.
At a minimum, it would be really helpful to see the total of my current accounts even if you exclude debts.
Is this something Snoop could do?