When you make a transaction, it pops up in your activity list. That’s the first thing you see when you open our app or website.
But you can use your TransferWise account for all sorts of things — like money transfers, holiday spending, and even international banking. So that list can get messy, fast.
In the last few months, we’ve been working to improve how you keep track and manage all your TransferWise activity. And we spent a lot of time listening to what you want to see (and don’t want to see) on that screen.
From all your feedback, there were two common themes:
“Let me hide certain payments from my list. I value my privacy.”
“Please remove things like transfers that were cancelled and funded from my list. They clutter things up and don’t add any value.”
With that feedback in mind, we built two things that’ll keep your activity list neat and tidy.
If you don’t want to see a particular activity in your list any more, just hide it. Hidden activities don’t show up in your activity list. But you can still find them by searching.
- Log in to TransferWise and go to Activity.
- Tap on the activity that you’d like to hide.
- When you’ve opened up that activity, tap on the three dots in the top right. That’ll open up a menu.
- Tap on ‘Hide this activity’.
- And that’s it! You’ll no longer see that activity in your activity list.
Search for the activity, open it, and then tap on the three dots in the top right-hand corner. There you’ll see the option to “Stop hiding this activity”.
When you leave the search screen, you’ll see that activity back in your list again.
We’ll hide transfers that were cancelled over 7 days ago if they weren’t paid for
And like the activities that you hide yourself, you’ll still be able to find these activities by searching. You can also manually stop hiding transfers.
And just to make sure it doesn’t come as a surprise, we’ll notify you the first time we’ve automatically hidden a transfer for you.
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