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Change in Search Logic and Tab Order on Explore Page
Summary: We're considering a change of behavior for the search system to enhance the user experience on our marketplace template, and your feedback is crucial. Current Behavior: Search Logic: When using the search box, results are displayed with the 'NFTs' tab as the primary focus. Explore Page Tabs: The tabs on the explore page currently display 'NFTs' as the first tab. Proposed Changes: Search Logic: Modify the search result display so that the 'Collection' tab is shown first instead of the 'NFTs' tab. Explore Page Tabs: Rearrange the tabs on the explore page to have the 'Collections' tab as the first tab. Reasons for Change: Improved Speed: Displaying the 'Collection' tab first in search results and on the explore page would render content faster. User Preference: Users typically start by searching for the Collection name and then search for specific NFTs within that collection. Aligning the tab order with this user behavior could enhance the overall experience. We Value Your Opinion! How do you feel about these changes? Would rearranging the tabs and altering the search logic improve your experience on our platform? We're looking for your insights and suggestions.
Dashboard Upgrade - historical USD conversion rates
Dashaboard Upgrade Request: The addition of functionality in the Liteflow dashboard to include historical USD conversion when reporting the transactional volume of NFT sales is highly needed. Presently, the dashboard only reflects the current exchange rate. Having this feature is crucial for accounting and accurate turnover reporting. It ensures that financial reports align with the actual economic conditions at the time of each transaction. This is especially important since the NFT market can be highly dynamic.
New “Active Offers” section on starter kit homepage
Title of section: Active Offers Logic: show only NFT’s with active offers and auctions
Fix “Cover image” resolution+proportion issue for collections
Currently, the boxes in the collection lists use images that are used on the collection page as "Cover image". By the fact that the containers for these images have completely different proportions, it is impossible to achieve a satisfactory visual effect in the two places at the same time. It would be great if in admin panel while editing a collection we could add an additional image to use it in the box on the collection lists. Or maybe you can propose another solution to solve this? Examples included via screenshot.
SEO Improvement: Add Breadcrumb
Solution: The locator should be present on all pages except the home page Embed individual elements of the locator in list tags: <ol><li> (Ordered List) The first element of the locator should be a link to the home page Subsequent elements of the locator should reflect the structure of the category/collection The names of subsequent locator elements should contain the name of a given category/collection All elements except the last element should act as a link to the appropriate page pointed to by the element. Add the locator information to the [ Schema.org ]( http://schema.org/ ) structured data in the <head> section as JSON-LD code
USD value next to the cryptocurrency value
Currently, prices and wallet balances are shown in cryptocurrencies, but are not converted to fiat currencies, making it often unclear what the current value is in USD. It would be good to be able to view the price in USD in several places: NFT page Account balances Place a bid Buy now 2 last images are examples on OpenSea.
Collection name on lists - show full name
if there are several collections where the name is long and begins with the name of the game, there is a problem with distinguishing several such collections by name in the lists, example “Legends of Elysium…” Example of what is needed to change in linked screenshot.
Support for Account Abstraction
Add support for integrating ERC-4337 based accounts. The main benefit of this is ease of delegation of gas fees and lower friction for users.
Dashboard Plugin - Lens Protocol
Integrate Lens Protocol into your platform to empower user Web3 profiles with Lens names, providing enhanced flexibility and a seamless onboarding experience. Be part of the decision-making process by joining this discussion and upvote it if you are interested by the plugin. In a Nutshell Lens Protocol ( https://www.lens.xyz/ ) offers a powerful solution to enhance user Web3 profiles on your platform. By integrating Lens, you can provide users with personalized Lens names, optimizing their Web3 experience and streamlining the onboarding process. Use Case Imagine a scenario where you aim to improve user onboarding by offering a more intuitive and user-centric approach to Web3 profiles. By integrating Lens Protocol, users can leverage their unique Lens names, creating a seamless connection between their accounts and your platform. Benefits Enhanced User Flexibility: Integrate Lens Protocol to provide users with a high degree of flexibility in managing their Web3 accounts. Lens names offer a memorable and customizable identity for users across various platforms and services. Streamlined Onboarding Experience: By leveraging Lens, you can simplify the onboarding process for your users. Lens names provide a familiar and user-friendly way for individuals to interact within your platform, eliminating the complexity of wallet addresses. Seamless Web3 Integration: By integrating Lens Protocol, you can seamlessly connect your platform to the broader Web3 ecosystem. This integration opens doors to decentralized services and interoperability for your users, enhancing their overall Web3 experience. Join the Discussion We value your feedback and input on our "Lens Protocol" plugin. If you believe this feature would be beneficial for your platform and want to see it prioritized in the Liteflow roadmap, we encourage you to upvote this discussion. Your participation is crucial in shaping our development priorities. Thank you for being an essential part of our community, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!
Dashboard Plugin - Ethereum Name Service
Integrate Ethereum Name Service (ENS) into your platform to enhance user Web3 profiles and provide a seamless onboarding experience. Be part of the decision-making process by joining this discussion and upvote it if you are interested by the plugin. In a Nutshell The Ethereum Name Service ( https://ens.domains/ ) plugin offers an opportunity to supercharge user Web3 profiles on your platform. By integrating ENS, you can provide users with personalized and easily recognizable names that enhance their Web3 experience and streamline the onboarding process. Use Case Imagine a scenario where you want to improve user onboarding by offering a more user-friendly and familiar approach to Web3 profiles. By integrating ENS, users leverage their unique ENS names, simplifying their interactions with your platform and other Web3 services. Benefits Enhanced User Experience: Integrate ENS to offer users a more personalized and memorable Web3 profile experience. With ENS names, users can easily identify and connect with each other across various platforms and applications. Streamlined Onboarding: By leveraging ENS, you can simplify the account setup process for your users. Instead of relying on complex wallet addresses, users can associate their ENS names with their accounts, making it easier for them to navigate and interact within your platform. Seamless Web3 Integration: By integrating ENS, you can seamlessly connect your platform to the broader Web3 ecosystem, unlocking a world of decentralized services and interoperability for your users. Join the Discussion We value your feedback and input on our "Ethereum Name Service" plugin. If you believe this feature would be beneficial for your platform and want to see it prioritized in the Liteflow roadmap, we encourage you to upvote this discussion. Your participation is crucial in shaping our development priorities. Thank you for being an essential part of our community, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!