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by Justin Ellingwood
This was suggested before:
But it was simply marked as "completed" with another solution which does not add this.
I vote for this but I have a feeling it will fall on deaf ears. I remember reading either on here or on a ticket that I made that they aren't going to add this. For the life of me I cannot fathom why... I personally want to know that I have less than $5 left on my account so I can make preparations to spend money on Digital Ocean at the earliest time that I can.
I have wanted this too for so long! I even contacted support but they just suggested to post here and this is now one year old so kinda sad thing. This would help a lot people like me who use your services for personal use and not for any commercial use.
It is very useful feature for those who use PayPal, because without a periodical logging in and checking the balance, you can easily fall to the negative balance.
And it is very strange that this suggestion is popping up again and again, but DigitalOcean constantly declines it.
Or rather, simply ignores it as it is happening here.
I find it indeed very strange they don't want us to stay in the positive.
You won't be notified about changes to this idea.