Filters and sorting are two powerful functions on the My Loops page that allow you to see only the loops you want to see, in the order of your choice.
Applying filters is how you may control which loops appear and which loops are hidden on the My Loops page. Navigate to Loops and follow these steps at any time to adjust your filters.
Use the search bar to search for filter names or tags. This can help you quickly find the filter choices you need.
Use these settings to hide archived loops, show only archived loops, or show all loops - including both active and archived. Archived loops are hidden by default, but you may change that setting here.
Choose which loop status(es) you would like to see from this list of all available statuses. Simply click on the checkboxes to show loops of one or more statuses. Leaving all boxes unchecked will show loops of all statuses on your loops page.
Similar to Loop Status filters, simply click on the checkboxes to show loops in the various review stages listed. Checking “Unsubmitted” will show only loops that have not been submitted for review. Leaving all boxes unchecked will show loops in any review stage.
For example: maybe you only want to see active loops that represent in-progress work. In this scenario, you could select “No Status”, “Private Listing”, “Under Contract”, “New”, “Pre-Listing”, “Active Listing”, “Pre-Offer” and “In-Progress” to consistently filter out closed, terminated, or withdrawn transactions as needed.
Note: the default loop view shows all loops except those that are archived. Use the Archived Settings in the Filters panel to show archived loops.
Use the sort function in order to control the order of the loops displayed. 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
For example, if you choose to sort by “Closing date” in step 2, the Arrow button pointing up [ ￪ ] would mean that your loops would sort with earliest closing date first, and the latest closing date last. If the Arrow button is pointing down [ ￬ ] your loops will sort with the latest closing date first, and the earliest closing date last.