September 18, 2007 • Last updated on November 5, 2016
What I spent the past 9 months working on…
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Congrats! I was just reading this over at Shoemoney, he covered Techcrunch40.
Anything to with haveamint? Mint manages finance, havamint manages traffic.
I’m not sure what the secret codename was but I preferred the previous design. Regardless, the service is looking hot. Although I’m waiting on support for an account, my gut feeling is that this service will help me save some hard earned $$$’s.
The site looks beautiful Noah!
Awesome! I tried Expensr recently after reading about them in Business 2.0, but gave up due to the extreme amount of manual labor required to keep your accounts up to date, as well as the non-intuitive UI.
Before I try this, does it support any Canadian financial institutions? Like Royal Bank?
da design is somkin’ hott!
supporting 3000 banks and credit card companies– WOW, amazing partnership!
It looks great, it functions great, and will save me money on my credit cards by suggesting to switch to lower rate cards with better rewards… i love finding money, i love rewards, and I LOVE MINT!
It auto tracks your spending! it does not get much easier.
I cant wait for your team to continue to pump out new features and make Mint even better… The sky is the limit. Great work.
Reports are lacking in many ways, but hopefully this will improve with time. Nice product 🙂
Seems like a sexy site to me
The site rocks, design is simple and very possitive feel. Good luck with the new portal.
running into problems setting up my accounts, doesn’t get past the secure connection.
congrats dude. this will be successful. i know this, because i am always right.
The site looks great and the concept even better. Definitely worth exploring. Congrats.
love itt. will be testing with some people in the office and just blogged it. good job.
Congratulations on winning TechCruch 40. This should be great for some major Minty Buzz. My key concern is security, and not necessarily any failing on your part. If I consolidate all my finances in this way I lose a kind of “firewall” that comes from having different usernames and passwords. But maybe I’m just a financial wuss?
So what is it that you do there? Director of Marketing Evangelism?
Hawtness… did I say that? Okay needs to be said agin then. Great job Noah.
I was part of the beta test, and Mint is great. The only problem is that I don’t spend enough money / have enough income/spending streams to make much use of it!
congrats man. looking good indeed. i think i’m going to give it a shot!
unlike other financial product experiences, mint has a personality. congrats man – the site rules!
looks killer Noah. congrats on your launch!
whoa, just saw this-> http://www.techcrunch.com/2007/09/18/mint-wins-techcrunch40-50000-award/
It would be nice to be able to export the data from Mint again, so you can import it into Quicken or Quickbooks. It looks like the beta bugs are squashed for Safari.
Congratulations. Site looks great. I wish you and Mint much success, even though I know you do not need it!
Have you already left mint?
Double congrats on winning the Techcrunch award – just noticed.
AAAh AAAh! US postcodes only? How’s about rolling this fucker out globally? If not, please make The Netherlands your next target market. (Lot’s of cheap people there begging to save a buck 😉
Looks nice. Shame that while you were working in Israel you weren’t also working to include Israeli financial institutions in the application – as an Israeli I won’t be able to use mint.com to the full potential.
Dude it looks great. Is it safe and secure. Hackers man, nothing seems hack proof. In truth that may be the only challenge, but other than that you may have changed the game with his one. Congrats!