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How to see the whole activity history of one wallet?

Updated on Thu, 15 Sep, 2022 at 12:20 PM

In order to access the activity history of a wallet you should have made a transaction, otherwise no information will appear as no activity has been registered in your account.
If you want to check the activity history from Bit2Me Web there are two ways to do it:

  • From the WALLET panel.

To do this, you have to follow the steps below:

Step 1: From your Bit2Me Wallet click on WALLETS menu.

Step 2: In the left column click on the cryptocurrency of the wallet you want to check. You can click on the magnifying glass to search for the cryptocurrency more easily.

Step 3: If you have more than one wallet created for the same cryptocurrency, open the drop-down menu and click on the wallet you want to check up.

Step 4: Once you have opened the wallet you want to check up, below the graph you will see the recent activity registered in that wallet, you can even click on one of the transactions in order to see more detailed information.

  • From the Activity panel (Only if you access from Bit2Me Web).

To do this you have to follow the steps below:

Step 1:  From your Bit2Me Wallet go to "ACTIVITY". You will see directly all the transactions in your Wallet.

Step 2: Click on "Filters" to set the filters and display only the activity of the wallet you want to check up.

Step 3: The menu will pop up where you can enter the fields by which you can filter the transactions you want to be displayed. To view the activity of one of your wallets:

  1. In the "Wallet" field enter the cryptocurrency of the wallet you want to check. 
  2. Click on "APPLY FILTERS".
  3. Finally click on "CLOSE FILTERS" to return to the Activity window.

Now in the ACTIVITY page you will see only the transactions of the wallet you have filtered by.

To clear the added filters click again on "FILTERS" in the Activity panel and click on "Clear filters". Once cleared, click on "Close filters" to save the search.

To export a file with all activity recorded in Bit2Me, you can follow these instructions

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