On this page, you can view a list of orders along with data related to their execution. The orders placed during the last week are displayed by default.
By default, only the orders placed during the last week are displayed. You can display orders opened during the last hour, last six hours or last day by clicking a corresponding button at the top of the screen. Alternatively, you can specify a custom time period by applying custom filter criteria.
To view orders meeting specific criteria, click the funnel button displayed at the top of this screen. In particular, you can display orders placed during a certain time period and/or orders corresponding to a specified type (limit or market), market (currency pair) and status.
The following data is displayed on this page:
The email of a user who placed an order.
- Order ID
The order identifier.
- Time in Force
The Time-in-Force settings setting applied to an order.
The currency pair.
- Order Type
The order type.
- Order Status
The current order status.
The roles currently assigned to a user who placed an order.
- Created At
The date and time when an order was created (according to the current time zone settings).
- Completed At
The date and time when an order was executed (according to the current time zone settings).
To cancel a currently open order, click the cross button displayed in the right part of the order row, then confirm deletion by clicking Proceed in the Cancel order window that is displayed.
Upon clicking an order in the list, you can view the following detailed information:
The order side (buy or sell).
The full order amount, in a quote asset.
- Avg. Fill Price
The average execution price (for orders executed in multiple trades).
- Limit Price
For limit orders, the order limit price.
The filled order amount, in a quote asset.
The unfilled order amount, in a quote asset (Remaining = Quantity – Filled).
- API Keys
Indicates whether a user has been provided with API keys that are currently enabled in the B2Core UI, thereby granting the user access to the trading API.