Does Exodus have advanced export options?
If you'd like to view all of your addresses, review your transactions, or track your Exodus activity in a spreadsheet, then you can easily export this information from your wallet. Exodus has a number of features to export addresses, view private keys, XPubs and transactions. These are accessed through the Developer menu. See below to learn how to export your wallet's details.
Note: Starting with version 1.39.3, addresses, transaction history and Exodus Exchange orders are included in the Safe report.
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The Export Address feature will export all of your public asset addresses and their corresponding balances into a text file on your desktop. This lets you audit and confirms your full balance on the public blockchain.
View Private Keys
The View Private Keys feature will display all of your private keys into a new Windows.
Please use this with caution as private keys give anyone who sees them 100% access to your assets.
The 'View Private Keys' option will not be visible if you are using an older version of Exodus since this feature was introduced in Exodus 1.57.0 version. Click here for instructions on how to upgrade Exodus.
The Export XPub feature is useful for very advanced users to watch a series of addresses.
Move Funds (WIF)…
The Move Funds (WIF) feature is used to move funds from a paper wallet or other private key into Exodus. This can be used to import a private key, although it isn't a true import. Using this feature Exodus allows you to create a transaction and send the funds to your Exodus wallet.
Export Transactions for Individual assets
The Export Transactions feature will export a text file of all of your transactions for a certain asset into a text file on your desktop. This text file can then be imported into a spreadsheet to review your entire transaction history for a particular asset.
Export All Transactions
You can also export all of your transactions in a single CSV file.