With the new My Loops page comes new designs and a new way to visualize loops. Whether it is a card or a simpler list format, you have access to all of your loops with relevant information at your fingertips.
The default view on the new My Loops leverages a new card style to represent a loop.
Each loop card has components that you can interact with, allowing you to set, edit or change the Type, Status, Price and Closing Date on the fly. When setting these values, the information flows to the inside of the loop. Moreover, these values can be edited over time via the card, right from your loops page!
On the card you will find a visual indication for when something inside the loop has changed. The red bell in the upper right-hand corner is your clue that this loop needs your attention and entering the loop and viewing the activity log or notification flag will give you the insights needed to progress your transaction.
In the event that you want to archive and remove the loop from your view, you can click the Archive icon at the bottom of the card. Unarchiving is as simple as pressing that icon again to revert the change.
Not all users prefer the cards, and for that very reason we provide you the option to view a flattened version of the cards. The list view encompasses the same information as the cards, but it loses the image and each loop resides in a much smaller amount of vertical space.
As you can see above, all of the same elements from the card carry over, including the ability to toggle statuses, types, price, and archive the loop. Some people want a simplified list, and others are more visual learners who rely on the cards to keep themselves organized. We at dotloop take no stance on which is right and have ensured that no matter which view you choose, you’re not compromising features of functionality.