Check Out the Dashboard

Why should we check out our “Dashboard” on

If we open “My Dashboard” we will see a list of items on the left side:  Dashboard home, Badges, Public profile, Buy bids, Buy It Now history, Transaction history, Bidding history, Won auctions, My orders, Redeem gift card, Account details, Bookmarked auctions and Contact support. In other words, “My Dashboard” is the place to go to find out just about any information you might want or need.

For example, I wanted to know how many total auctions I won since I first started shopping on DealDash on Feb. 8, 2012. By clicking on “Account details,” I learned that I won a total of 789 auctions because DealDash kept track of that information for me.

I also wanted to have some more bids, but it was not yet in my budget to purchase any more bid packs. By clicking on “Won auctions,” I was able to earn 20 more bids simply by providing two simple reviews of two auctions I recently won. This is one of the easiest ways to earn extra bids. All we have to do is look for the offer in green letters, click on it, give a star rating and write a few words saying what we thought of the product. If we won an auction product that we did not yet receive, this is also the place we can go to track our winning items to find out when they will arrive.

If we want to update or change what we wrote in our “Bidder Bio,” all we have to do is go to click on “Public profile.” That’s where we will have the opportunity to update this information. This is also where we can update our icon or photo.

“Badges” is another one I like to check out once in a while. It’s fun to count the number of badges I have already completed. It’s also fun to look at the badges that are almost completed. Sometimes I only need to win one or two more specific auctions to win a new badge. That helps me to plan ahead and decide what auctions I might want to win next.

“My Dashboard” makes everything so easy to find because DealDash keeps track of all of this data for us. Check it out sometime.

This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.