Amazing feedback all – thank you so much for taking the time
@vojtech_vrbka we intend on dropping the graph for now, but perhaps in the future it’ll return once it simplifies the data in it’s visualisation, as right now I agree with you, it doesn’t provide any real benefit. So what you’d like to see is a breakdown of, say, “Entertainment >£10”, for each month?
@David.D hey David, welcome to the forum! For now we’re keeping the timeframes as simple as this/last X, but certainly considered it in the process. I’d like to see how we all use this Search and potentially revisit the time period function if it feels lacking. As for the statement generation, that will be part of our Search too! Exporting will possible with every search
@RichardR One thing that’s not included in the image is the default state when you tap on the search bar (there’s quite a few diff states so I wanted to show the more detailed ones), but here it is:
Natural language input is 100% possible, and by default we’ll have the keyboard to search with. When you type “shopping” or “>£10” or “in London” or “James”, each of these strings will be turned into tokens (I’ve been calling them pills but you’ve given me a better term ) and the search will update in realtime. The role of the tab icons is to provide a UI with exact options for what can be searched, but isn’t necessary if you’d like to simply type in certain parameters.