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How to See Items You Have Won, Lost or are Watching (starred)
How to See Items You Have Won, Lost or are Watching (starred)
Written by Day Tring
Updated over a week ago

Watching or Starring Items

You can now star items you are interested in by clicking on the star icon displayed per item. You need to be logged in to be able to do so, but you don't need to be registered for the auction. Items will also be starred as soon as you place a bid on them.

Here are the steps to follow to star an item:

  • Log in to the auction website

  • Click on the auction you want to star an item in

  • Click on the star icon for that item

Finding Your Starred Items

Once you have starred an item you can easily find it again just by going to the auction and clicking on the at the top of the items called 'Starred'.

Here are the steps to use the Starred filter:

  • Make sure you are logged in

  • Navigate to the auction where your item of interest is listed

  • Click the 'Starred' filter to show only your starred items

Find Winning and Losing items

Items that you are winning and losing can be viewed within an auction by using the winning and losing filters. If you are outbid while looking at the site the item count on the filter will be updated immediately. If you were looking at the winning item filter, the item you are outbid on will immediately disappear.

Here are the steps to use the Winning and Losing filters:

  • Make sure you are logged in

  • Go to the auction where you are winning or losing items that you have bid on

  • Click the appropriate filter

How do I know if I've been Outbid?

Several useful labels in the system will indicate your winning, outbid and reserve met status for example. (Please note this is subject to customisations set by the auctioneer so some labels may appear differently).

If you have been outbid on an item, you will see a notification at the top of the screen and an outbid label on the item:

Or on mobile:

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