If you had previously been using our manual upload workaround to add missing Binance data, jumping headfirst straight into the new Statement Manager feature could duplicate transactions and make your balance incorrect. There are two ways for you to proceed...
Option 1 - Delete all of your manually added, missing Binance transactions and re-upload using the Binance Statement Manager
Harsh, but the most effective way to ensure there is no data duplication so this is our recommended approach. Follow the steps below to delete all of your manually added transactions and then re-upload them and keep your account updated with future transactions via the new Statement Manager feature.
Step 1 - Deleting Manually Added Missing Binance Transactions
Head to Activity and filter by Account: Binance and Status: Manually Entered.
Click each transaction and select "Edit", then "Delete".
Step 2 - Adding Missing Transactions via the Statement Manager
In Binance head to the Wallet dropdown and select Fiat and Spot (Deposit and Withdraw).
Click "Deposit Withdraw History" and you'll be led to Transaction History.
Next, click "Generate All Statements".
In the pop-up select Range: Customize and choose the date range required for your historical data.
💡 You may have to download multiple files as Binance limits this to three months of data per file.
You will see your request listed as "Generating". When your data is ready you will be sent an email containing a link to download it.
Back in Recap, go to the Accounts page and hover the settings cog on your Binance account, then click "Manage Statements".
Click "Browse" to locate your CSV and then click "Import". The modal will close taking you back to Accounts where you will see your data is loading; this may take some time depending on how many transactions you need to add.
Step 3 - Keeping your Account Updated
To keep your account updated with future transactions repeat Step 2, changing the customized date range. It is entirely up to you how often you choose to update your account. We recommend generating one Binance CSV per calendar month so there is less confusion over the date range and therefore less chance of overlap and incorrect (duplicate) data. If you use Recap regularly and want to keep your account more up to date you may find smaller date ranges added more frequently work better for you.
💡 Name your CSV's appropriately. If you import a new CSV that shares the name as an existing CSV, Recap assumes it is a copy and automatically deletes the old file and replaces it with the new one.
Option 2 - Keep your manually added transactions and adopt the Binance Statement Manager moving forward
We do not recommend this approach, however, we understand that you may not want to delete all of the transactions you have spent time adding manually.
Follow Steps 2 and 3 above to generate your statements in Binance and upload them to Recap. You must not upload historical transactions that you have already accounted for manually as this will create duplicates so be mindful when selecting the date range for your first Binance statement export. Essentially your start date should be after your final manually added transaction.
If you need any more help or have any questions contact us via in-app support.