Assuming that the spreadsheet description is the exact one that will appear in the App, I would have thought the search will cover tickers and company names to start with - that is a must have. But taking “Description” into account when searching would be really handy too.
For example, if I search “Real Estate”, I would be glad if IUKP came up as this is the exact phrasing used in its description (see cell C53). Or ABF coming up if I am a big fan of Primark and typed it in the search (see cell C3).
@littlefinger, referring to your example, by typing “Gold” you can see there are 4 related securities offered by Freetrade as of Day 1 (whether an ETF or an actual stock) - would be great to check them all by simply typing what you were looking for without indicating an exact ticker or an ETF/Stock name.
Completely agree good search is a top usability feature. We’re working on making our search as intuitive and flexible as possible. It won’t just work off the data you can see in the public spreadsheet.
Now @Vlad said that, I think beyond searchable ETFs, I would like to be able to search for private companies that public companies have invested in, I appreciate this isn’t always possible but being able to type Uber or SpaceX and seeing Alphabet or similarly being able to type Deliveroo and seeing JustEat or something similar would be really cool.
Plus imagine in the future if Stripe IPOs and being able to type Monzo and seeing Stripe holds x%