One of the best parts about Float is how visual it is. You're able to see your cashflow at a glance rather than having to interpret numerical data all the time. There's a feature in Float that does this really well but is often overlooked: budget bars.
All you have to do to see them is click on the header of a month and they'll appear.
Click on last month to see how you performed against your budgets, click on this month to see how your cash is moving as the month goes on.
Budget bars show you how your actuals are performing against your budgets. A darker colour indicates a budget that's been surpassed while a paler shade indicates under budget. It's an easy way to check on all your categories and make sure the cash is moving the way you expected it to and if not, have time to fix it.