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Learn how to add a wallet to your project and keep track of its transactions in the Dashboard. When you add a wallet to a project, you’ll see a list of all historical transactions linked to that particular wallet.

Adding a wallet to your project

Navigate to the Wallets section from the side menu and click on Add Wallet.

Add wallet

Enter the wallet address into the search field and select the wallet you want to add. Click Import Wallet.

Once imported, you can view all the transactions associated with the wallet in the Dashboard, simulate transactions, or create Alerts for the wallet.

Finding a wallet on any network

The Dashboard’s search functionality allows you to find any wallet on any of the 52+ supported networks.

  1. Enter the wallet’s address in the top menu search bar.
  2. Select the wallet from the search results.

Find wallet

To add the wallet to a project, click Add to Project and choose your target project.

Adding tags to wallets

When working with multiple wallets, you need a way to keep them organized. This is where tags come in handy. You can add a tag to a wallet by clicking the Add Tag link.

Tags also enable you to monitor multiple contracts or wallets grouped under a single tag using Alerts.

Add wallet

Monitoring wallets with Alerts

You can set up Alerts to monitor activity on your wallets in real time. To create an Alert, click the Configure Alert button from the contract overview page.

Contract alert

With Alerts, you can monitor various events such as failed or successful transactions, function calls, emitted events, blocked callers, and more.

You can choose between 12+ trigger types, and receive notifications in places like Slack, and Telegram, or send the data to Sentry and PagerDuty.

Viewing wallet transactions

Tenderly will automatically backfill the latest transactions originating from that contract and display them in the Dashboard.

Click on the wallet and then on View Transactions.

Contract alert

Simulating wallet transactions

Click on the executed transaction and then the Re-Simulate button to simulate a wallet transaction. This will preload the transaction in Simulator where you can change its parameters and simulate the transaction on the latest state of the blockchain.

Follow this guide to learn how to use the Transaction Simulator UI: