You'll have an overview of all shared payment requests. When you tap a payment request you see the total amount of money came in for this payment request with the bank accounts where it came from.
Since with a shared payment request it is always unknown the number of people can pay via this link it is just a matter of summing up all incoming payments and there you have the total amount shown.
I maybe now understand that it gets more difficult if you want to create a payment request via a link and set somehow the total amount of money it should raise from specific bank accounts until it reaches this. Like with splitting a bill for example.
Is this the way bunq implemented this for bunq accounts? I cannot test it since I don't know who is using bunq from people around me.
For shared payment links to other banks I would say keep it simple:
- create a link for certain amount of money with fixed description
- in the overview you see how many times = how much money it raised
- you manually close it yourself (or after 30 days)
- optional to make a note or a amount you expect to raise with the link.
With this you could maybe integrate it in the current circle overview 'Open payment requests'.