Thank you for such a speedy reply. Ah yes, I did see this instruction earlier.
Sorry, I can explain my idea a bit better.
As you can see in the screenshot, when adding a total to track all categories, this would be the total that you wish not to exceed for all categories, rather than the total of the categories I have budgeted for in reality.
Total Budget Screenshot
I wonder if it might soon be possible to have an automatic total/sum/tally of the categories that I have budgeted for in a given month as I add them?
So if I add £100 for groceries in July, the total is £100.
Then, if I add £600 for rent, the total is automatically set to £700.
This way, based on my balance, I know how much money I have left to budget on categories and whether I have over-budgeted without needing to use a calculator to add up the category budgets one by one.
This would also help when I need to amend my budgets mid-month, moving money from one category to another, ensuring the total budget matches the available balance I have, so every penny is accounted for.
I hope that makes sense?