Transactions

Depending on the plan users choose, they will have set limits for the following:

  • AI Words

  • SEO Docs

  • Talent Network

The “Transactions” section is an overview of the Scalenut tool usage (by you or your team).

Steps to reach the “Transactions” section at Scalenut

  • You will find the section titled “My Account” on the left side of the lower part of your screen. Click on it.

  • By default, clicking on the “My Account” option will take you to the Account tab, which has your basic details. Click on the “Transactions” option beside the Account tab in the upper middle part of your screen to access your transaction history.

What is the use case of the “Transactions” section?

The ‘Transactions' section presents you with an overview of the usage of different Scalenut tools at your disposal.

You will see the available SaaS credits (both paid and promotional) and the option to recharge on the right side. Click on “Recharge Credits,” and you can instantaneously choose the amount you want to recharge your account with.

In addition, you will see all transactions that act as an overview of the AI words, SEO Docs, Clusters, and more generated by the user. The records are generated for the number of AI Words (long-form and short-form) or SEO Docs generated whenever you use your account. In addition, if you have made any changes in your Talent Team, the same will be reflected here.

Do I get the option to filter my usage category-wise?

Yes. Scalenut allows its users to get a category-wise overview of their portal usage.

While we provide a day-to-day usage in the Transactions section, you can click on the “Filter By” button to further filter the usage of the following categories individually:

  • All - Showcases all the transactions made

  • Talent Network - Shows you the addition made to your talent group

  • SEO Docs - Showcases the number of reports generated along with the date on which they were generated

  • AI Words - Contains the AI Word count generated by you date-wise (includes short-form and long-form)

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