A new feature within the Atani trading app is the Lists feature. This is a powerful option designed to make it easier to browse, search and sort cryptoassets as you need.
What is a list?
A list is a feature that aims to help you in browsing and searching your assets. The idea is to create categories (e.g. DeFi, NFTs, Solana Ecosystem, Low Caps, etc.) and assign to these lists the tokens you want and desire in each of them.
How to create a list?
To create a list you must go to the “Trade” section and in the assets box look for the “Lists” option. In the screenshot below you can see where to place it:
Once located you just have to click on it and with that you will start the process of creating your first list.
When you click on “New List” you will proceed to start creating it. In the first step you will have to name the list and add the assets or cryptocurrencies you will follow in it:
In this example we will name it “Main list” and add the following currencies:
At the end we will click on “Create” and with this we have created our first list inside the Atani application.
Accessing the lists
Now that we have created our first list, it’s time to access it. To do this, what you have to do is look for the “Lists” option and click on it, which will display the lists you have created so far. By default, Atani creates the “All” list that includes all the assets within an exchange, but in addition to this list you will see the list that we have recently created (Main list).
When you click on it, you will quickly see the change in the assets box which will show only the cryptoassets we have added in that list.
Modifying or deleting lists
The lists can be customized (adding or removing assets) or even deleting them in case we no longer have anything in those assets or we are simply not interested in them.
To perform some of these functions you just have to open the list you want to modify or delete and click on the pencil next to it.
In this case, when you click on it, you will be given the option to modify the tokens listed, the name of the list and to delete it. As an example we will change the name of the list to HODL and leave only BTC and ETH in it. In the following screenshot you can see the effective changes:
In case you want to delete the list, just click on “Delete” and the list will disappear from the application.
As you can see, this is a very useful function to avoid overinformation and to focus only on those assets that are of interest to you, allowing you to manage the Atani interface and all the tools it offers you.
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