Filter by Sync Feature

How to filter by transactions brought in by particular sync points in time.

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Written by Ben Melbourne
Updated over a week ago

What is the filter by sync feature?

On the Integrations page, wallets and exchanges connected via the API options have the ability to ‘sync’ them. This brings in any new data from the last sync point up to the present. Our app is able to track these points separately, and provide a view of the transactions from each sync point. CTC has a filter option on the Transactions page that provides is a view of the every sync point and you can select and view the data respectively. Hard syncs are also recorded, and it can be useful to check these to ensure the data obtained this way was desired.

How to use it?

To filter by a sync point in time is simple. There are two ways you can utilise this feature:

Filter using the search box

  1. Go to the Transactions page

  2. Type into the filter bar the word ‘sync’.

  3. Scroll through the list to choose the source and time you would like to filter by.

  4. You can also refine the search further by placing a space after the word ‘sync’ and then the name of the exchange or address of the wallet desired. If you have provided a nickname for your wallet you can search for this.

Filter using the Add Filter view

  1. Go to the Transactions page

  2. Along the filter bar, select 'Filter' then 'Add Filter'

  3. Towards the bottom you can select 'sync' from the dropdown.

  4. You now have the option to choose from a list of all syncs or type to search for a particular sync.

  5. You can also select whether to view or not view the choice of syncs using the 'Is' or 'Is Not' option.

This will bring up a list of every sync point for each wallet and exchange connected by API. Each sync showing in the filter also indicates on the right side the number of transactions that were from that given sync point. This number reflects the amount brought in originally and could differ from the actual amount if any transactions have been deleted.
Note: Addresses across multiple chains will have the symbol for that chain to differentiate it as below.

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