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Remove a Card Entry via Web Admin Portal
While it is considered 'best practise' to 'Archive' a Card within a Wallet, there may be times when you need to remove a Card from the Wallet via the Web Admin Portal (for example, if a Card is duplicated within the Wallet).
- Navigate to the Cards tab of the relevant Wallet.
For more information about 'Searching' for a Wallet within Trades Wallet, click here.
- By default, you will be on the 'Account' tab of the relevant Wallet. Select the 'Cards' tab:
- Select the Card entry from the main 'Cards' listing:
- Within the 'General Card Details' section, you will note a (red) 'Remove' button:
- You will be asked to confirm your choice to 'Remove' the Card. Once deleted, the action cannot be undone:
- Within the main 'Cards Listing' you should no longer see the Card you removed:
Removed Cards via Wallet Holder
Wallet holders are in complete control of how much information they share with the Trades Wallet Community.
If a Wallet holder deems the information contained within a relevant image sensitive, or private, they may choose to 'Mask' these details (i.e. the address listed on your Government Issued ID) OR, they may instead choose to mark the entire Card 'Private'.
What do you mean by 'Private'?
A card that is marked 'Private' within a Wallet is not shared with the Trades Wallet Community unless expressly directed by the Wallet holder.
Check your Vault
If a Wallet holder wishes to mark an existing card within the Wallet as 'Private' that card will be automatically REMOVED from the main Cards Listing within the relevant Wallet.
In order to maintain a meaningful history of the Wallet for the Union or organization who owns the Trades Wallet, a copy of the Wallet contents will be automatically captured within 'The Vault'.
For more information on 'The Vault', click here.
The 'Archive' functionality within Trades Wallet can be used as a means of maintaining expired or irrelevant cards within a Trades Wallet, while removing them from the primary card display view of a Trades Wallet.
It is considered 'best practise' to 'Archive' expired or otherwise irrelevant cards rather than removing them from the Wallet. 'Archived' cards help to maintain a meaningful history within a relevant Wallet.
For more information on how to 'Archive' a Card, click here.
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