7 comments

  • Andrew AskinsAndrew Askins, 1 month ago

    Came to here to share this! I like the concept, although I don't know if the individual bar charts under each item are all that helpful. Subtotals for each category might be more useful.

    3 points
    • stephen fstephen f, 1 month ago

      I quiet like the idea of the bar under each item, nice visual for what's costing the most and by how much. But it adds way too much height to the over all receipt. Shame the printer can't do horizontal lines as just a 1pt line instead would do the same job

      2p

      2 points
  • Frédéric AudetFrédéric Audet, 1 month ago

    Best receipt is no-printed receipt.

    3 points
  • Billy MitchellBilly Mitchell, 1 month ago

    Now if I could only pass data back to my finance and health app.

    2 points
  • Michael LengMichael Leng, 1 month ago

    Honestly this would be tons of fun to look at for an E-Mail receipt but it is a bit unnecessary for paper/printed receipts.

    1 point
  • Laurids Kern, 1 month ago

    Neat idea but it seems it would make the sometimes already almost a meter long receipts even longer and therefore create even more paper waste. It's already a big waste since most people don't even keep the receipt.

    1 point
  • Anton StenAnton Sten, 1 month ago

    I like the idea of it, however Im not sure supermarkets would love this idea. It would show customers that most people spend money on junk food which accidentally is where stores have a good profit margin. Good for users, not necessarily good for the businesses.

    0 points