Everything You Need To Know About Personal Notes

Personal notes now make it easy to keep track of your outgoing transactions within Exodus. Here is everything you need to know about them.


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What are personal notes and why are they useful to me?

We understand when looking through your transaction history that it can sometimes be hard to remember specific transactions. For example, why you sent Bitcoin to another address last week, or who you received Ethereum from 2 months ago.

This is where Personal Notes come in. Personal Notes are notes that you can add yourself. This means for any Sent or Received transaction inside your Exodus wallet, you can add a Personal Note to it. You can edit the note as many times as you want, whenever you want.

This is useful to help you remember your transaction!


Who can see my personal notes?

Only you can see them! Personal means private. Your notes will not appear on the blockchain, and Exodus will not store them in any way. As you know, Exodus does not store any of your personal data!


How can I add my personal notes?

On Desktop:

Method A:

  • Open up any asset wallet and scroll down to see the transaction history. Find the transaction you want to add a note to and click on it. Under all of the information, you can see a section labeled Personal note. Click on it to add your note!

Method B:

  • From the Send screen, Click the gear icon in the top left corner, then enter your note.

On Mobile:

Method A:

  • All you need to do on mobile is go to the wallet tab and tap on any asset you want to add a personal note to. Once the asset's wallet is open swipe down so you can see your Activity. Tap on any transaction to see all of the information for that transaction. You will now see a space for a Personal Note. All you need to do now is tap on Add Note to start typing your note!

Method B

  • From the Send screen, Tap the Advanced button above the address input, then enter your note.