This article will describe what Transactions Tab is how it can be used to monitor your activities on multiple exchange accounts in one window. You will get familiar with a couple of tricks which will help you to optimize your work with data provided by Bitsgap by using Sort by filter feature.

To find Transactions tab, please navigate to the bottom screen on your Portfolio page, and select the highlighted tab. You will be able to see detailed information about your transaction in(trades) and out exchanges(deposits/withdrawals).


Sort by Coin

If your sort by list option is selected as Coin, you will see the table of all transactions occurred on your accounts in historical order from the most recent down to the oldest. You can use this function to track your order confirmations and fund transfers under one interface and forget about tab switching between multiple exchanges. 

The entries in the table give you a quick look on the transaction details such as price, amount, type, value and the place where transaction happened:

  • Date - the exact date and time when the transaction was completed
  • Coin - cryptocurrency name or trading pair
  • Amount - a total number of used in transaction base currency
  • Price - the price used to describe a value of an owned currency or a rate used to complete the transaction
  • Type - the type of the transaction
  • Value - the result of a total number of digital assets multiplied by their matching price, and converted to the rate of selected currency
  • Exchange - name of the market where the transaction occurred


The following table can be exported into pdf file and the entries will be shown as in example below


Sort by Exchange

Another function of Sort by Exchange in your transactions tab is to change the table view where you can sort transactions based on the place where they happened.


The following table can be exported into pdf file and the entries will be shown as in example below