The goal of the new feature “DARWIN Lists” is to make it easy to monitor DARWINs systematically.
Creating a list
Each user can create up to 6 lists of DARWINs.
Lists can be created both the from the new menu called “Lists” and during the action of adding a DARWIN to a list.
The author of a list will decide whether a list should be private or public. Public lists will have a shareable URL. Public lists can be turned private by the author, and vice versa, at any moment of time.
All users have a list created by default called “Favourites”, which substitutes what was until now the “Favourite” filter. This list will be private by default.
Following a list
Public lists can be followed by other users. Each user can follow up to 6 public lists. There is no list search, however. In order to follow a list, the author or other user must have shared the list’s URL with you.
Following a list adds it to the “Lists” menu of the user.
Coming next: hiding a DARWIN from lists
Hiding a DARWIN will make the DARWIN disappear from the user’s lists and the lists the user follows.
The goal of this feature, which will be released soon, is that DARWINs which have already been analyzed and discarded by the user don’t keep appearing if their lists.
Backtests from lists
From a lists’s page, users can run a backtest with a single click in order to analyze the set of DARWINs that compose the lists.
Backtests support up to 20 DARWINs. When a list includes more than this number, only the first 20 DARWINs will be added to the backtest.
What do you think about the new feature? We’d love to read your comments!