This extension extracts order history from your Amazon account.
If you're not in the United States, Amazon doesn't make it easy to see all the stuff you've bought from them, nor how much money you've spent.
This extension aims to fix that.
How to Use
After you install the extension, you won't see anything until you view your order history on the Amazon website (Your Account -> Your Orders).
Get to your Amazon orders page, and this extension will add an orange button to the top of the page for each year you've bought stuff from Amazon.
Clicking on one of these buttons causes the extension to sift through all of your order pages and show you a searchable, sortable table with all of the orders in. It can take a few seconds to get all of the pages.
A blue button enables you to download a CSV of the order table the extension has assembled.
Currently this seems to work for amazon.ca, amazon.com, amazon.co.uk, amazon.de and amazon.fr
While this extension definitely doesn't do anything evil (for example stealing your data), it's not been tested heavily yet - so bug feedback is extremely welcome, either on github (see below) or on the chrome web store.
* more fixes for amazon.fr including most missing fields
* trial fix for broken amazon.fr support
* it turns out we don't need to ask for "tabs" permission in order to make a new login tab. This is a good thing, because if we ask for "tabs" the user sees something like "share your browsing history".
* "partial logged-out" warning followed by new tab to renew log-in.
* experimental fix for not seeing amazon.com digital orders
* "partial logged-out" warning improved
* "logged-out" warning covers "partial" log outs.
* www.amazon.com URLs standardized
* "logged-out" detection and warning.
* amazon.in experimental support.
* empty years no longer stall AllYears queries.
* smile.amazon.co.uk and www.amazon.ca fixed (maybe...).
* Fixed bug in .com site behaviour: sometimes digital orders were the only ones shown.
* Improved logging - now to chrome developer console.
* Large order histories don't get stuck as often, medium sized histories are a bit faster.
* Table is filled progressively rather than randomly.
* Query progress displayed in top right corner.
* CSV downloads always include the whole table, not just the first page.
* Breakdown payments and payment details for non digital orders.
* Improved help tips on cells (hover)
* Added csv download button (top left of window once order table is displayed).
* Fixed missing item names (Amazon changed their html).
* Experimental support for amazon.de (thank you https://github.com/leotulipan !)
* Smile supported in .com domains (thanks to https://github.com/TheDreamer)
* fetches postage cost for each order
* unlimited number of orders can be displayed in one page without switching to plain table mode (blue button)
* displays some activity info to right of orange year buttons