Mint App Build Healthy Habits with Mint Momentum Read the Article Open Share Drawer Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Written by Annemarie Belda Published Apr 6, 2022 Advertising Disclosure The views expressed on this blog are those of the bloggers, and not necessarily those of Intuit. Third-party blogger may have received compensation for their time and services. Click here to read full disclosure on third-party bloggers. This blog does not provide legal, financial, accounting or tax advice. The content on this blog is "as is" and carries no warranties. Intuit does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, reliability, and completeness of the content on this blog. After 20 days, comments are closed on posts. Intuit may, but has no obligation to, monitor comments. Comments that include profanity or abusive language will not be posted. Click here to read full Terms of Service. Save more, spend smarter, and make your money go further Sign up for Free Building habits can be difficult but even one small action a day can add up over time, helping you develop healthier habits in the long run. That’s why we are so thrilled to announce the launch of Mint Momentum, a new feature update designed to acknowledge and reward the small actions you’re already taking, and turn them into consistent financial habits. Mint Momentum has a whole host of fun features including a monthly activity ring, trackable points, and a leaderboard to show you how you’re doing in comparison to your peers, for those of you who appreciate a healthy dose of competition! With each activity you complete within the app, whether it’s creating a new budget or simply checking your goals, you earn points. Your monthly activity ring closes once you’ve earned 40 points. Comparing your monthly rings side-by-side gives you a fun, visual representation of your progress. How it works With Mint Momentum, you’ll be able to accumulate points for completing healthy habits in the app: Awareness Habits, such as viewing your budgets, bills, and goals, give you +1 points. Action Habits, such as recategorizing transactions or setting goals, give you +5 points. Start building Mint Momentum now! How to access There are two easy ways to track your progress: Completing activities and clicking on the piggybank pop up takes you to your activity tracker Clicking into the activity tracking page from your profile We’re dedicated to helping people change their behaviors, and manage their money without the extra stress. We know that it can feel overwhelming to stay on top of your finances and stick to maintaining healthy habits. Mint Momentum will make that process feel easy, achievable, and second nature. Even if it’s only for five minutes a day, taking the #TimeToMint will help you build strong financial habits so you’re one step closer to reaching your goals. To experience all the latest updates, download the newest version of Mint on iOS for iPhone! And to learn more or get started with Mint, visit Mint.com. Save more, spend smarter, and make your money go further Sign up for Free Written by Annemarie Belda Annemarie Belda is the communications manager for Intuit Mint. She is passionate about helping readers achieve their financial goals from starting a savings account to financial freedom. More from Annemarie Belda Follow Annemarie Belda on Twitter. Browse Related Articles Budgeting Chapter 5: How to Create a Budget in Mint Retirement Chapter 11: How to Retire Early Budgeting Chapter 1: What Is a Budget & How to Create One Credit Score Chapter 8: How to Increase Your Credit Score Budgeting Chapter 4: How to Create a Budget Budgeting Chapter 10: Set Up Your Mint Goals Financial Planning 23 Better Money Habits You Need to Start Doing in 2022 Financial Planning Why it’s More Important Than Ever to Track Your Spend… Updates Announcement: Mint Has a Fresh New Look on iOS Retirement Chapter 3: How to Create a Retirement Budget Comments are closed.