💻 Beta Testing for Freetrade Web is here

Really starting feel the ball is being dropped on the whole ‘developed in the open’ and ‘iterating features quickly’ thing right now :sweat_smile::thinking:

I recommend actually doing it rather than talking about doing it :stuck_out_tongue:

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@MatAtFreetrade @woodyblade

Thanks for reporting this issue - we are looking into it!

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Is there a way to see your cash balance via the website? I can’t seem to see it but I may be missing it.

Hi everyone :wave:

Thanks for all your feedback so far. It’s great to hear your thoughts on the features you want to see next on Web.

Off the back of this, we’ve released some new functionality for beta testing.

Plus members can now use Freetrade Web to search for instruments, view key stats and track share price over time. :mag:

This is the first in a series of new features on the way, so keep an eye on this thread to find out what’s next.

If you’re a Plus member, log in to web.freetrade.io on your desktop browser now to test out the new feature. Reply below to let us know what you think!

Not a Plus member? Upgrade now to try Freetrade Web. We are also exploring ways to bring Freetrade Web to more customers in future.

When you invest your capital is at risk, the value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than what you invest.

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Great to see iteration on this! Nice work to all involved :slight_smile:

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Would be nice to see a dividends section with dividends earned like M1 finance

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Hi everyone! :wave:

Following on from adding search functionality on Freetrade Web, Plus members can now explore instruments by sector. :classical_building:

Use the Discover homepage to view our full stock universe filtered by sectors like Finance, Industrials and Tech. You can also navigate to specific sectors from individual stock pages.

We love hearing what you think, so please keep sending us your feedback.

Want to be a beta tester for Freetrade Web? Upgrade now to become a Plus member.

When you invest your capital is at risk, the value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than what you invest.

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My “since you began investing” amount on the web interface is showing that I’m up by ~£30K. Sadly not the case! The balance looks accurate but actually I’m down ~£4K. Both numbers are displaying correctly in the app so maybe a bug to check out with the new site?