Why do Net Income and Net Worth require clicking Over Time? There is no other option so eliminate the Over Time click and save us all a few seconds every time.

When viewing the Net Income and Net Worth trends, users have to click Over Time for some reason even though there is no other option. Get rid of having to click it and save us all a few seconds every time we want to view those trends. We should just click Net Income or Net Worth and never have to click Over Time under those two trends ever again!


Hi pfnikolai,

While I can certainly understand your points, the page is set up that way to follow the format of the rest of the options, which do have other views besides Over Time. Still, I'll tag your post as feedback so our developers have visibility on it. We do appreciate your feedback!

Mint Mike

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