Google Pay Will Surprise You By Revealing Your Spending Habits! How To Check Spending Insights?
All the users of Google pay who have been mindlessly using the app to make transactions and payments are in for a surprise. Read the story to know more.
One may find it sweet or otherwise since the new tool will act as a reality check, particularly for those who fail to keep a track of their transactions.
How much money its users spent using the app in 2020 is now shown in the new section, 2020 Rewind by the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) app.
2020 Rewind, the new section, is currently being displayed on Google Pay app on Android and iOS as a banner.
The 2020 Rewind section gives insights into the number of days you have spent on the app. The section also shows the badges a user has earned as well as spending categories and total rewards for the year.
How To Access The Rewind 2020 Button:-
It’s fairly easy to access the Rewind 2020 button.
- Users have to simply open the Google Pay app
- Tap on the rewind button on the banner displayed at the top of the Google Pay app
- It reads “Check out your 2020 summary.”
- Click on the same to know number of days spent, badges earned, spending categories and total rewards.
Alternately, users can access the rewind button by going to Promotions. The app displays the number of days for which a user has used the Google Pay app. Then tap on Start to Explore. The app then shows your activity, if you have interacted with local merchants, and the number of transactions you have made. It will also give information on how much money users have saved over the year via cashback. If you played Go India on the platform, Google Pay will give information on the number of cities you travelled to in the game.
Batches as Rewards, Monthly Spending Graph & More :-
Google gives out batches as rewards like social connector, local contributor and super saver, based on the number of transactions and your contribution.
It also gives information on the number of interactions you have had through the app.
One can swipe to the left or right to navigate go forward or backward.
Google Pay shows users their monthly spending trends by showing a rough graph of the user’s monthly spending along with the month in which the user has spent the highest amount on the app.
However all the stated transactions are before December 19 and after that no transactions are stated as Google Pay 2020 Summary’s cumulative data is calculated as of December 19, 2020.
In case you are not able to access it, it is recommended to update to the latest version of the app on Android or iOS to access the feature.
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