Since giving feedback in a disorganized manner doesn’t seem to be a burden, here’s some of mine:
1/ Scrolling the orderbook is somewhat laggy, degrading the overall trading experience:
In the above video, you can see me drag & drop the middle handlebar: see how doesn’t follow my mouse and only catches up to it after a few split seconds? The same is felt with a trackpad and a mouse wheel.
2/ While on the “Markets” or “Orders” tab, countless times have I mindlessly clicked on “Trade” in the upper-left dropdown to go back to the trading view, instead of simply clicking on “Exchange”.
It’s obviously a small detail, but I think it would feel smoother if clicking on a section in the dropdown takes you back to the default tab of that section, even if you’re already in it.
3/ In the Android mobile app, the transfer UX isn’t quite there yet:
When trying to make a transfer, I’ve had the above experience.
As you can see on the first screen, the keyboard is drawn out by default, that’s a questionable choice knowing the following:
While the keyboard is out, it takes a click to close it. So:
- if I want to prefill my amount to 1.23xx I have to click on it twice
- if I want to initiate the transfer, I have to click on “Transfer funds” twice
I understand the original intention of saving a click by focusing the input, but more often than not it’s going to be counter-productive as even to toggle the transfer direction you’re going to have to unfocus the input.
3.1 A quick way to correct the above is to make it so that clicking outside the keyboard not only closes it, but takes the action as well.
3.2 Error messages aren’t helping in understanding the situation (which is their purpose). I know that transfers are being worked on, but I thought you should know.
3.3 Last but not least, as far as I know it’s not possible to transfer NEO decimals, so clicking on 1.234038 should prefill to the integral part (1 NEO in this case) which isn’t the case right now.
4/ I have yet to find resources on how to create API keys from one’s Nash account. Which leads me to:
This link is dead.