July 6, 2012
There has been some confusion over the new accounts page on Smarkets, so we thought we’d write a short post outlining some of the features.
Many of you have asked how you can filter your bets. If you look to the left of the screen, there is a filter section right at the top. Mousing over the line that reads ‘No Filters’ and clicking will open a drop down menu with a list of options you can filter by. Suppose you want to look at your deposits for the past 3 months. To do this, you would select the option that says ‘Deposits’ under ‘Transactions’. You would then change the time frame to reflect the past 3 months by using the drop down menu directly below (other options include: Today, Yesterday, Past 7 Days, Past Month, This Year and Last Year). Presto – you should now be able to view your deposits for the last 3 months.
If you’d like to remove filters, open up the drop down menu again and re-click on the filters you had added. They will disappear from the top section (it should read ‘No filters’ once you’ve de-selected them).
Clicking the ‘Show commission’ box under the time frame menu will enable you to view your account history with commission or without.
Downloading Account History:
If you’d like to download an account history via CSV, you can do this by scrolling to the bottom of the accounts page. On the bottom left, there will be a link that says ‘Download as CSV’. Simply change the filters, time frame and select whether or not you would like commission shown, then hit ‘Download as CSV.’
Profit and Loss Flags:
We’ve added back the corner flags on Settled markets – if you were in profit for any given market, the line reading ‘Market settled’ will be flagged with a green triangle. If you lost on a market, it will be flagged with a red triangle.
Edit Unmatched Bets:
Although it’s not directly related to the accounts page, we also added an ‘edit your bets’ function. If you look at the list of your unmatched bets, you’ll see 3 columns: Stake, Odds and Status. Next to them you’ll see an option to ‘Edit’. If you click on that you’ll be able to change the price and/or how much you’d like to bet.
Hope this helps – if you have any questions, email us at email@example.com