How do I export my transaction history?

Everything you need to know about exporting your transaction history in Exodus!

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How do I export my transaction history?

Exporting your wallet's transaction history can be useful for a number of different reasons. Whether you are auditing your balance, preparing for taxes, or doing general bookkeeping, exporting your transaction history can make it easier.

This guide will go over how to export your entire transaction history or the transaction history for individual assets in Exodus.

Mobile

If you are on an older version of Android, you may need to update your Exodus app permissions to export your transaction history.

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In Exodus Mobile, a) tap the Profile icon, then b) tap Settings.

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Next, tap Export Transaction History.
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If you have multiple portfolios, a) tap the portfolio icon, then b) select a portfolio.

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Next, tap All types to select the transactions you want to export. You can select one of the four exporting options:

  • All Types: Exports all sent, received, and exchanged transactions.
  • Sent: Exports all sent transactions.
  • Received: Exports all the transactions received into your wallet
  • Swapped: Exports only transactions involved when swapping crypto inside your wallet.

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Next, If you want to export your transaction history for all assets, make sure you have selected All Assets.

If you want to export the transaction history for a specific asset, tap All Assets. Then select or search for your asset.

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To export the transaction history, tap Generate CSV.

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Your CSV file has now been created. Tap on Open File to view or download the exported transaction history.


Desktop

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In Exodus Desktop, a) click the History icon, then b) select a Portfolio.

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Next, If you want to export your transaction history for all assets, a) make sure you have selected All Assets.

If you want to export the transaction history for a specific asset, a) click All Assets, then b) select or search for your asset.

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To export your transaction history, click the More icon and select one of the four exporting options:
  • Export All Transactions: All sent, received, and exchanged transactions.
  • Export Sent: Only the transactions sent out of your wallet.
  • Export Received: Only the transactions received into your wallet.
  • Export Swapped: Only the transactions involved when swapping crypto inside your wallet.

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Alternatively, you can export the transaction history for a single asset directly from the asset's wallet; we'll use Bitcoin as an example here. From your asset's wallet screen, a) click the More icon, then b) click Export Transactions.

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a) You will now see a screen showing the file path where the exported CSV file containing your wallet's transaction history is located. b) Click OK to close the window.

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The CSV containing your transaction history is exported to a folder called exodus-exports on your computer's desktop. Double-click the folder to open it.

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Inside the folder, you will find the CSV file with your transaction history. Double-click the CSV file to open and view your transaction history.


Tutorial video: How do I export my entire transaction history?


Web3 Wallet

If you sync an existing wallet to the Web3 Wallet, only the transaction history of assets on supported networks will be shown in Web3 Wallet.

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Open your Web3 Wallet and a) click the Wallet icon, then b) click the Portfolio icon and select the portfolio you want to export the transaction history for. If you don't have multiple portfolios, skip to step 2.

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To export your transaction history, a) tap the Profile icon, then b) tap History.

3
Tap All to select the transactions you want to export. You can select one of the six exporting options:
  • All: Exports all sent, received, and exchanged transactions.
  • Sent: Exports all sent transactions.
  • Received: Exports all the transactions received into your wallet
  • Swap: Exports only transactions involved when swapping crypto inside your wallet.
  • NFTs: Exports only transactions involving NFTS.
  • Other: Exports only the transactions that you choose.

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If you'd like to export the transaction history for a specific asset, tap All Assets, then select the asset for the transaction history you'd like to export.

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Tap the Download icon to export the transaction history. This will download the transaction history as a CSV file.


Why does Exodus ask for storage permission?

On some older Android devices, you will need to allow storage permission for Exodus before you can export your transaction history. This is because, on some older versions of Android, Exodus can't store information on your device, such as your exported transaction history, without permission.

If you are using an Android device, when you export your transaction history for the first time, you might see a prompt asking you to allow storage permission to export your transaction history. To allow storage permission for Exodus, tap Allow.

Allowing storage permission does not allow Exodus to view or alter your existing Android files. It only allows Exodus to store information on your device, such as your exported transaction history.

If you have accidentally denied the prompt asking you to allow storage permission, or if the storage permission for Exodus is disabled on your device, you will see the error, Storage permission denied:

If you see this error, you will need to allow storage permission for Exodus on your device. You can follow Google's guide on how to allow Android permissions: Change app permissions on your Android phone.

If you experience any further issues, you're welcome to contact Exodus Support.


Why are some of my assets missing?

Some networks in Exodus have light, rather than full support. So assets that run on networks with light support might not show up on your exported transaction history.

Networks with light support

For networks with light support in Exodus, only send transactions will be displayed. However, your balance will be accurately reflected.

To view the full transaction history of assets on these networks, you can look up your address on the network's block explorer. Block explorers will provide you with all the information you need. They will also have the option to export your transaction history as a CSV file.

The following networks have light support, and you can view full transaction details on their respective block explorers:

Network Block explorer
Aurora https://explorer.aurora.dev/
Base https://base.blockscout.com/
Cronos https://cronoscan.com
Flare https://flare-explorer.flare.network/
Rootstock https://explorer.rsk.co/

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