We all make mistakes, both in life and in creating bets within ZenSports. While we can't help with the former, we can definitely help with the latter.
ZenSports gives you the ability to edit any bets that you've created as the Maker, as long as the bet hasn't been accepted by at least one Taker (hopefully it's obvious why you can't edit a bet that's already been accepted by a Taker). If a bet that you've created has already been accepted by at least one Taker, but hasn't been 100% filled, you can instead close out the bet to any new Takers.
To edit a bet that you've created as the Maker, and that hasn't been accepted by any Takers yet, first proceed to the My Bets tab within the Bet screen:
Unlike the All Bets and Favorites tabs that are bets for you to find and accept, the "My Bets" tab represents all bets that you've already created as the Maker or accepted as the Taker.
Bets on the My Bets tab are color-coded as follows:
- Green -- Bets you've created as the Maker that were accepted by at least one Taker.
- White -- Bets you've created as the Maker that have not been accepted by any Takers yet.
- Blue -- Bets you've accepted as the Taker.
As noted at the top of this support article, you can only edit bets you've created that haven't been accepted by at least one Taker. Thus, you can only edit bets that are color-coded in white on the My Bets tab.
To edit a bet, tap on any bet in white on the My Bets tab. In the example below, either tap on the Portland Trail Blazers or Pittsburgh Pirates bet:
Once you tap on a bet from the My Bets tab that is eligible to be edited, you'll be taken to the "Not Accepted" screen. The content in the middle of the screen reminds you that this bet has not been accepted yet. You'll notice two big buttons in the middle of the screen as well: "Edit Bet" and "Delete Bet". Just tap the Edit Bet button to start the editing process:
After you tap the Edit Bet button, you'll be taken through the exact same flow as when you Create a Bet, except all of your previous answers will be pre-selected during the process, so you don't need to come up with everything from scratch. Just simply change any of the details that you want to edit. Once you finish the process of edting a bet, you'll get a confirmation message letting you know that your changes have been saved:
If you increase or decrease your bet amount as part of the editing process, a corresponding "Update Transaction" amount will be debited or credited from/to your Available Balance for the difference in the bet amount, along with debits/credits for the difference in betting fee and Maker escrow fee. Such transactions can be viewed on the Transactions List screen. More on the different transaction types HERE.