My tax rate isn't right.
Spend Stack finds your local tax rate from publicly available data. If it isn't right, the data we pull from may not have been updated to reflect the correct amount. You can enter your tax rate manually if your prefer to mitigate this. To do that, open a stack and go to Menu - Edit Stack - Set Tax Rate - Set Rax Rate Manually
My calculated total isn't right.
There a few reasons why this can happen. In a lot of places you may shop, there is more than just a sales tax applied. A common scenario would be if you are using Spend Stack to keep track of what your meal would cost when eating at a restaurant. In some states, the dining industry charges more than the sales tax. You may see something similar to "Tax A" and "Tax B" on your receipt.
Is the tax rate applied to all stacks?
Yes, whatever tax rate you have set (or anytime you change it) that tax rate is automatically applied across all the s you have in Spend Stack. You don't need to do anything else.
My stack is filling the whole screen!
That beautiful view happens when you tap the total of your stack (i.e. $42.93, etc). If that's not what you want, just gently shake your iOS device down and everything will be just as it was.
I turned on iCloud and it deleted things.
Hopefully you saw the warning message before you enabled iCloud if it was previously off. When you turn on iCloud, you are now replacing the data on your iOS device with the data that is in iCloud.More importantly, you are not adding the two together. If you have iCloud on and turn it off, everything you currently have is saved locally.
Can I disable tax on a per item basis?
Yes, and in fact there are two ways to achieve this. First, you can just tap an item and scroll right to the "Apply Tax" section. Set the toggle to either on or off. Second, you can go to an existing stack to disable tax automatically on any item you add. To do that go to the Side Menu - Edit Stack - Tax New Items
Also, when you create a new stack you can choose if you want tax applied.