How can I get the Overview page to show the account summary and net worth on the left hand side of the screen?

My friend has a mint account and the Overview page shows 2 columns - the left hand side has accounts, credit cards, loans, property and net worth.  The right hand side has alerts and upcoming bills.

My Overview page looks completely different.  The left hand side only has a cash and credit balance at the top, then things to do, and upcoming bills.  I don't have a section that shows my net worth (even though I've added all of my accounts including loans and retirement saving accounts).  On the right hand side I just have a small section called "Recent Activity."

What do I need to do to change my Overview page to the one described first?

Answer

To show Overview of accounts on homepage; go to Settings>Overview features then click on 'Show on overview' next to each accounts as need.

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