Feature Friday: How to Retrieve Your Transaction History

Happy Friday! This week, Curtis demonstrates how you can retrieve your transaction history from within your Crowd Content account.

Whether you’re an accounting guru or a business owner keeping your financial records, we’ve made it easy for you to retrieve your transaction history.

You have the ability to sort by debits (orders), credits (deposits), or by date range.

If you’ll be printing off your transaction history, you have the ability to download as a PDF.

See you next week. Have a great weekend!

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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    Victor Peters says:

    Laura you just did it again.One doesn’t have to possess any accounting of finance knowledge to know how to manage financial records.From the knowledge gathered in this feature it is very easy for one to retrieve transaction history and sort out debits and credits.

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      Earl Dotson says:

      It’s a good thing one doesn’t need accounting or finance knowledge to be able to manage financial records. If that were required, a lot of people probably couldn’t manage their records.

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        Georgia Potts says:

        Yeah, with the software available today, it’s pretty easy to take care of things like that by yourself. Most of it is pretty foolproof.

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