How to import transactions from any wallet or exchange
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Divly has built a process that lets you upload a custom CSV file with your transaction history. You can add multiple deposits, withdrawals, and trades in Divly by following our custom file structure. It also works for NFTs.
By using this method you can more efficiently upload a large number of transactions that would take too long if you used the manual add transactions button. This is especially useful if your wallet or exchange is currently not supported by Divly.
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Step by Step Guide
Make a copy of Divly's Custom CSV file stored on Google Drive. Do this by clicking File and then Make a copy in the dropdown.
Fill in all the transactions that you would like to upload to Divly. Each transaction requires its own row. There are examples to help guide you in the template you just saved.
Once you have added your transactions in the Google Sheet, click on File -> Download -> Comma Separated Values (.csv). The CSV file will download.
In Divly, drag and drop the CSV file to where it says Upload CSV. Divly will import the transactions.
Make sure to add the required fields for deposits, withdrawals, and trades when using the file as noted below.
If you want to add transfers, please do so by importing the relevant deposit or withdrawal. Match the transfer manually once imported into Divly if needed. You can read more about how transfers work in Divly in this FAQ article, and how to match them manually in this FAQ article.
When applying Trading Fees, please add them in the Fee Amount column. Do not subtract or add them to the Received Amount or Sent Amount columns. This can cause double counting of fees. To read more about how trading fees are accounted for in Divly, read this FAQ article.