To me, Index and Match functions combined is so much better than VLookUp. But sometimes, that fact is better kept to myself rather than trying to convert others. Saves me a lot of headache.
Please, don’t get me started on XLOOKUP. Compatibility issues is a serious concern.
So, are you Team Index and Match or Team VLookUp?
I wonder, who enable the kind of people in position who craft government policies like these?
Of course, to the fanatics, this is just another one of his jokes. That is, while your job stays secure at this point.
If you’re one of those who already lost their jobs because of this pandemic, you’ll never find this funny.
We have our salaries paid through our Security Bank accounts. Since I keep funds in my accounts with other banks, I need to do fund transfers now and then. And Instapay for Security Bank would have really helped.
Today I discovered that Fund Transfer to Other banks via Instapay functionality is already added to the Security Bank mobile apps.
Security Bank transfer to other banks via Instapay.
Apparently, this functionality is available only on Android and iOS apps, but not in the web using your favorite internet browser. Nevertheless, this is a welcome development, especially now that GCash disabled cash-in via bank cards starting July 6, 2020.
Currently, as the whole nation is still technically on lockdown, all fees for Instapay transfers for all banks, including Security Bank, are waived. When things go back to normal, this fee schedule indicates that fees range from ₱10 to ₱50 among the different Philippine banks. Security Bank in particular will charge ₱15 per transaction, which is I would say is not too steep. I would argue that would be a cost worth paying for the convenience of not waiting some 30 minutes should you need to visit a branch of your bank.
And good luck in the next round, in July.
I know I have my gripes against YNAB, but after several months of using a different system, I do appreciate how YNAB prepares you for the unexpected with its virtual envelope budgeting.
I guess I have to start saving up for YNAB subscription.
It seems like when users are getting more dependent on a service, these service providers are doing everything to milk its users. And they’re doing it in the most annoying way.
Take for example, Viber:
That’s for their desktop app. In the phone app, there appears to be a setting to turn off Birthday push notifications of your contacts. But not in the desktop app.
How in the world did Viber get a hold of contacts’ birthdays in the first place? Now it’s shoving it to our faces!
Too bad I only play NBA 2K.
If you keep annoying me with unsolicited and irrelevant SMS text messages, regardless of whether I opted for them earlier or not, this is where you belong:
Welcome to my SMS blacklist folder! Thanks to Pulse SMS for this functionality.
If Philippines plays its cards right, it could stand to benefit from this economic scheme when the pandemic is over.