Full View®

Easily monitor all of your Fidelity and non-Fidelity online financial accounts in one secure place. This free service for Fidelity customers can help you better manage your entire financial picture, with improved account visibility and a single portfolio view.

Key features

Popular accounts

Select from thousands of popular banking, credit card, investment, and billing accounts to set up your dashboard quickly and easily.

Net worth

Monitor your entire portfolio, including investment, banking, and credit card accounts, as well as real estate information.


Consolidate your investment holdings into one comprehensive view.


View activity alerts for multiple accounts in a single place.


Review recent transaction history on investment, banking, and credit card accounts.

Calendar View your transactions in a monthly calendar display.  NEW
Other accounts

View bill payment sites, rewards, insurance, even email accounts.


Automatically add your non-Fidelity accounts to our comprehensive planning tools to analyze your complete financial picture.


Create your own budget and track your spending with a variety of reporting tools, such as automatic expense categorization.

Customization Create a customized experience by selecting the content you want to see and where on the page you want to see it.  NEW
Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 501 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Full View a nice start, but... Fidelity's Full View is a great way to consolidate your entire financial picture. I like how it adds your home value to your portfolio. But it still needs work. I cannot access my primary checking/savings accounts through the service, nor my company 401k. And it would be nice if it sent alerts to you, like when a credit card bill is due. Keep the improvements coming! October 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review of Full View I've been using this product for many years. The updating of Data with a major new release a while ago has cleared all of the problems I had with the updates. However with the last refresh, the output needs to be tweaked in my opinion. On the Descriptions, you have 2 lines with some very long names. I'd like to see an option to select those parts of the description/name you want, including a name/fields that that could be customized or shorten. I just want to see 1 line. Also, move the word Total out of the Amount Column and put it underneath the description column, so the total column can be narrowed. October 31, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by aggregates need re-sized charts where you can view trend/changes over time October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Upgrade Provide an iPad App for Full View. Explain (provide equation) how "Investment Change" and "Net Worth Performance" are calculated and show the percentage value out to a least one decimal point. The scale on the Account Balance chart is too large and therefore has little sensitivity to changes. Vertical scale should be adjusted so that if an account balance is x the vertical scale shows a range of x+/- about 50%. The present range is more like x +/- 500% and as a result the chart is almost a straight line. October 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by "Almost" Perfect An excellent tool for a fast status check of your financial , bank and credit accounts . It actually alerted me to a fraudulent out of town charge with my balance info. It saves me a lot of time and trouble by so much reporting in one place. October 31, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hard to configure I have been a long-time fan and user of FullView and was excited when I saw that it was being updated and improved. However, I have been disappointed with the changes and wish I could go back to the old format. Pro: - It is more readable than the old FullView. Cons: - It is very slow to load, refresh, and navigate on a slow network connection. I travel fairly often to Canada for business, and can not use it at all when I am there. - It is hard to use and to configure. There are a very limited choice of what 'apps' I can choose from. Shouldn't I have been able to choose from all of the features of the original Full View, at a minimum? Why would many of them be removed? I used to like having investment details on my front FullView page; now I have to dig for them, which makes it less useful. - The net worth app is never up to date. Why wouldn't it show me my current net worth, instead of my net worth from a month ago? - I could not find any place to get customer service to help me with configurations or provide feedback on the new tool - and I looked! If I hadn't received an email asking for feedback, perhaps a month or more after I started using it, I would have felt that Fidelity was completely uninterested in feedback on the new tool. Overall, I feel the new Full View was designed by people who never used the old one and who don't actually have investments. it is focused on bills and monitoring spending. These may be nice features for people who need help with budgeting and getting their bills paid on time. I don't. So I miss the investment focus of the old Full View. October 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Almost There A great idea and works well when the software has direct access to the data from other sources. However, I find it hard to remember how to add get to the fields to add updates from other sources that are not directly accessed. October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Full View Full view is a very useful tool to track expenses and income. There is great flexibility in modifying the tracking to one's own personal needs and is very easy to get adjusted too. The program could use some improvement in its budgeting feature. This was better before the overhaul of the program. Additionally, the system does not capture a negative expense. So if you make a return during a month for a previous month expense, and it results in a negative expense, it does not reflect in the period inwhich it is negative. It does get reflected if the expense is positive during a period, so it does not get lost. October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Convenient and useful I use this feature daily. I am beginning to take more of a proactive approach in our investing and find this feature convenient and helpful. October 31, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Function Cluttered appearance, more so than the old version. Also having trouble updating accounts that used to update automatically Will probably discontinue its use. October 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not Perfect But Neither Am I I was so very happy with the "old" Full View that I am slow to adjust to the new look and features. The transactions list does not easily load for a quick review of proper transaction categorization. The more sophisticated site does not load as quickly and "shuts down" for a few minutes each time I try to scan down the page on the net worth page. I still love Fidelity for the "one stop shopping" I have for my financial tracking needs. October 31, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Does most things well The web site seems to do most things very well and effectively. One thing I really like is its ability to gather and present transactions from all accounts in a single place before the statements are generated. It makes it easy to look for any type of fraudulent or suspicious activity very early. I also use bill minder to see all of the dates and full payment amounts that are going to be automatically charged to my checking account so I can be sure the funds will be there. On the flip side, it is surprising how many times Full View reports errors in connecting and drawing info from Fidelity associated sites like Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund and the Fidelity (FIA) credit card. October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great improvement. A few more features though... Full View has tons of great improvements. I have a few wishes for it though: - I'd like to see numbers and graphs for my investment gains over time and breakdowns of where I've made those gains. As it is, Fidelity includes my deposits in my portfolio growth, which allows me to see the growth of my wealth but not useful in assessing my performance in investing. - Occasionally, when buying or selling stocks, there are spikes in my portfolio balance where money is temporarily double-counted. These spikes also show up in the graph of my portfolio daily value history. October 31, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Annoying and slow The recent update to full view had me hopeful, however now the interface uses a very small amount of my screen, resulting in excessive scrolling to easily get information. Given that everything is now shrunk into a small box it is harder to scan over to obtain a quick picture of recent transactions and account statuses. Overall I'm likely to stop using it and transition to something like mint.com. October 31, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by New Full View Review 1) The data that is gathered and displayed on my page is often incorrect (taken from the wrong place, not current, etc.). 2) Navigation to and through the "many" various tabs & drop-downs is difficult and often makes little sense. The information I'm looking for is sometimes hard to find or even non-existent. 3) Not very simple to do actions that should be simple (trades, transfers, withdrawals, etc.) Site is just not very easy to use unless an individual has lots of time & experience using it. Most people don't have the time to become thoroughly familiar with the site and it's features. Therefore it is usually hard to use. It was easier & better before last major "enhancement". October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simple and direct Gives a complete view of your account at a glance. October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thorough Full View is an excellent resource for aggregating all investments, including not only Fidelity accounts but also other brokerage houses, banks, and etc. One feature I would like to see added to Full View is the ability to export its contents as a file suitable for loading into clients such as Excel. . October 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by not of value to me; GPS is more comprehensive I'm not sure how best to use Full View or what its purpose is. One major deficit from my standpoint is that it doesn't capture non-Fidelity accounts whereas GPS does. GPS appears to have everything Full View does and much more October 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Portfolio A pretty good tool to aggregate multiple portfolios. It can get clunky to get all of the accounts paired Up with appropriate goals. Seems to have trouble with my wife's acct even tho it is properly authorized. I would greatly prefer if there was more granularity with the asset class breakouts. Biggest thing that needs improving is being able to properly allocate my existing Fidelity retirement accounts between roth and not Roth within the tools. Currently ignore major tax distinctions. October 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by What happened to secure links? I used to use Full View on a daily basis, it was my one site manager from which I would do all my daily financial management. I no longer use it at all. Why? Because since the changeover there are no longer links to my individual accounts. For example, during my daily view I might see a particular credit card payment was due that week. I would click on the secure link and be logged into that site and conduct my business. Now I dont bother with Full View, I just make an inconvenient mental note and go to each individual sight. A terrible revision that removes the primary utility it used to have for me. October 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good but could be better The account aggregation functionality is very nice. I would like to see better reporting capability from the account "categorization" feature. I would like to be able to run and print an income and expense detail report by account level showing category totals. This type of report would be very beneficial for income tax preparation purposes. October 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Full View - Timely and actionable information Full View is a leading edge tool to monitor nearly all of my financial affairs including bank and investment. The investment aggregation feature combined with the portfolio analysis tool provides critical and timely insights to the characteristics of my portfolio in terms of style and diversification / concentration. Interface of this information with other tools, most notably, the Retirement Income Planner provide critical insight to whether my retirement savings and retirement expectations are reasonably synchronized. Unfortunately, a substantial portion of my portfolio is in employer 401k's and invested in proprietary mutual funds. As a result the benefit of the tool is significantly compromised. I would like the option to compensate for this weakness. For example, perhaps the system would allow me to designate the style of individual proprietary mutual funds (i.e. ST bond, small cap, large cap, etc) as a proxy for fidelity knowing the precise holdings of a proprietary mutual fund. Doing so, would improve my understanding of my diversification, concentrations, etc. October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A quick snapshot A quick snapshot of all you financial life in one spot. October 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by improved? Less functional than before the full view was "improved" October 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Full View Review There are some good features with Full View such as the APPs. However, it is hard to see the entire page without scrolling down and I could not find the feature to download the information into and Excel spreadsheet October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great program This is the reason I stay with Fidelity.I recommend to people Fidelity because of full veiw October 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by A good service, but I liked it better before the major revamp I've always liked the way Full View can gather all your different money accounts into one place. With the latest Full View, it's harder to find the "Net Worth" view than it was before.......... you have to go through a few menus to get to it. I also wish they would allow you to plot "Net Worth" versus time (is it going up? down? even?) October 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Display A little disappointed. I thought the new system would provide more detail without having to move between various screens. Sometimes the screens freeze or move very slowly, and I've used multiple devices to make sure it wasn't my hardware. October 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bring back the old Full View Maybe I am "different" but the old Full View was much more user friendly and I could view ALL my accounts in the Overview page and had detected some aberrancies/erroneous payments/charges instantly. Remember, if I have to use more than 1 click to get ALL the information at ONE glance, it is much more likely that I will either not use it or miss something important October 30, 2013
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