When looking up the 'balance history,' (that page where you have to answer a secret question to confirm your ID), you are shown your entire history.
This is at once a good and a bad thing. Sometimes all we want to do is check the most recent few months, and, depending on our longevity on HP, this can mean a looonnnggg scroll to the bottom of the page.
It would be most helpful if you could add a function to reverse the order to 'most recent first,' much the same as we can alphabetize our hubs by clicking on the title button at the top of the list, (or sort by any other parameter by clicking on those headings).
Thank you for taking this under advisement.
I agree with that too. It’s always a pain to scroll all the way down just to see what the next payment will be. Comments on hubs were recently made defaulted to reverse order. The same should be done with earnings.
Here's a good workaround if you use Windows. If you go to the Balance History page and click your mouse anywhere in the window (to make sure that window has the focus), then you can just press Ctrl-End together. That will immediately scroll the window to the bottom.
Thanks Ron. I just checked on my Mac and we have a method also. On a Mac just press the "end" key and it immediately goes to the bottom. This is not a dual-keystroke like on Windows. Just a single key required.
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