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by Chris

April 3, 2020

We're winding down on testing! For this release, we actually brought in a new QA team that is independently verifying and validating this release. And they are GOOD!

Our team is spending the time up-front with an insane amount of testing so our early adopters (that means you guys) don't have to deal with any bugs or unexpected behaviors.

So here's your sneak peek on the new alert grid. This new feature is just PACKED with new functionality so everything you need is right where you need it!

This is what we call an alert tile. A bunch of tiles make up our grid. Starting from the outside and working in from top to bottom:

Border: The border color is either red or green. Green means that the alert is enabled. Red means it triggered and is now disabled. Auto-enabled alerts will never be red

Top: The ticker, company and alert name appear on the top of the tile

Alert Menu: Below this, is the alert menu. From here, you can Edit, Clone, Delete, View News and Test (in that order)

Alert Tabs: Below this are the alert tabs. You can choose between Chart, Details and History

Chart: Shows you the Target Price for the alert in red, the Intraday Prices (Open, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM and Close) as well as the original price of the ticker when you first created the alert

Details: The details section shows you all of the alert details like description, movement, tags etc.

History: The history section shows you a table of the original and current details, as well as a timeline below so you can track the chronological history of your alert

52 Week / 24 Hour: This section shows you a graphic where the border on the left indicates the 52 week low (for symbols) or the 24 hour low (for coins). The right border is the high and the graphic represents where the current price sits between

If you click on the graphic, you can also get a textual representation:

I hope you guys are excited as I am! As soon as the testing team signs off, we're going to schedule the migration. This is going to be a big one!

Feel free to comment below if you have questions or comments 🙂

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