With the My Loops page, you have a powerful set of tools at your disposal to ensure that you only see the loops you want to see, sorted in the way you wish to see them.
When you first open your filters, you will be presented with a search bar. This search will allow you to search for anything from filter names to tags!
Moving on down the line we have the Archived settings. With the My Loops page, archiving a loop is no longer a loop status, but an actual action, resulting in the complete removal of that loop, based on your option selected here. We can toggle to hide all archived loops, Only show archived loops, or go back to the classic method of showing all loops, regardless of their archived state.
Now we're ready to select all of our filtering options, and can choose what loops we wish to see based on things such as the Transaction Type, Loop Status, Review Stage, or Tags if we are in an admin profile. Now is your chance to get as broad or detailed as you like!
Have options you don't need to interact with? No worries! Simply click the arrow to the right of the filter section and you can collapse or expand the entire section, focusing only on the options relevant to you.
Our last few options along the bottom row here allow us to Clear all of our current selections, Save your current selections (which we will go over next), and Apply our current choices. Applying will apply your filter options right now and display loops based on those selections. Let's go over what happens when you click the Save button next!
When choosing the Save option, we will be presented with a window to Create Filter Setting. This will allow us to name our custom filter setup, review the options we have made, and to Create and Apply this option. Why is this so awesome you ask? Well let's show you exactly why next.
After saving a custom filter, going back to our filters will now display a new section labelled Saved custom filters. These filter options let you save any custom filter set-ups so that you can apply and toggle between them quickly and never have to go through setting them up more than once!
Clicking on the Sort option will display the current selection. You can choose to sort your loops by any of these options:
- Creation date
- Last updated
- Transaction price
- Listed date
- Exp. date
- Closing date
- Submitted for review date
- Contract agreement date
Once you have selected how you want to sort your loops, you can now click on the arrow to the right and choose to sort those options either ascending or descending!