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New features for your Blockchain Wallet

In this post, we’ll be introducing two new features that we hope will make it easier for you to stay in the loop on the latest updates to our wallet, plus make it easier to manage and budget your funds.

The first is our What’s New section, where you can check in to see details on the latest wallet updates. Next up is the ability to export your transaction history as a CSV or XLS/X file. Both of these features may only play supporting roles in your overall wallet experience, but keep reading to find out why we think they’re worth mentioning.

![What's New2](https://blog.blockchain.com/content/images/2016/07/Whats-New2.png)
Our What’s New? section lets you know about the latest web wallet updates
##### What’s New?

In the top navigation bar between Explore and Refresh, you’ll see a little gift-shaped icon, which we added to notify you about the latest changes and feature updates to your wallet. You can click on it to view the most recent updates, details about the update, plus see when they took place. If you log in and there’s been a new update, a red notification alert will display over the icon.

This is a great way for us to keep you in the loop about what’s new, and maybe you’ll discover a feature you may not have known about otherwise.

Exporting your transaction history

The latest update to our web wallet includes the ability to export your transaction history. This makes it a lot easier to manage your finances from multiple wallets, and keep them organized in a way that works best for you. This may also be a welcomed favorite for professionals who accept bitcoin.

![Click Export (circled in red) to export your transaction history ](https://blog.blockchain.com/content/images/2016/07/exporttx.png)
Export (circled in red) is available directly above your transaction feed in the upper right.
The export option is accessible in the upper right corner of your *Transactions* feed.

The file will contain data on your transaction dates and times, transaction types (sent or received), amounts, plus the transaction hashes, which can be searched in our Block Explorer to examine a particular transaction in detail. For more details on how to use our export feature, please check out this article in our support center.

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