How to trade items on your Steam gaming app with anyone on your Friends list

TAYLOR LYLES | December 26, 2019

Aside from offering a large selection of games, Steam offers a social hub of sorts, complete with Steam Achievements, in-game items (like weapons in "Team Fortress 2"), and trading cards. As a part of its social features, Steam also allows you to trade items with your friends. You can trade extra copies of games, in-game items, and trading cards. Before you trade, you'll need to make sure that your items are "tradable." To do this, you just need to click on an item in your Inventory it'll say in the information panel on the right side whether it's tradeable or not. 2. Move your cursor to your Steam username at the top and click it to open a drop-down box, and then click "Inventory." Alternatively, you can click "View" at the top left-hand corner of your screen and then click "Inventory."

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