The Dashboard is the heart of your Hopper. You will spend most of your time checking the Dashboard. In this documentation tab, we'll teach you how to "read" your Hopper, import/synchronize positions, and much more.
Your Dashboard shows a summary of what your Hopper is doing. In the center, which is the most important, are the positions. These are the bits of crypto that your Hopper has bought and is currently tracking. On the right, also important, is where your profits are tracked.
The dashboard consists of many widgets, which you can close and reopen. If you miss a widget, click the eye icon in the top right of your Dashboard. A popup will appear where you can choose to open/close widgets.
You will also see the subscription that’s assigned to this Hopper and if you’re connected to the internet.
If you look a little bit more to the top, you’ll see the switch for the “Advanced View”, which we recommend checking out, how many Cryptohopper+ XP you have, you can chat in our internal community, check your profile and switch to Dark Mode (brilliant for those nightwalkers who trade until the late hours).
Your position list is something unique about Cryptohoper and a brilliant way to keep track of your investments. Regular exchanges don’t track your profits as Cryptohopper does. It’s an essential feature if you want to become a successful trader.
Click the “info” button to get information about why your Hopper has bought an asset and the current Take Profit, Stop-Loss, DCA and Trailing Stop-Loss settings of that position.
If you want to perform a specific action on one or more positions, use the bulk actions dropdown for an excellent overview of your actions. You can smoothly perform actions with multiple positions at once. If you want to sell several positions as fast as possible, you can even toggle the “Market Orders” button. This will sell much quicker than a regular limit order but is often also more expensive.
On the right is shown how much profits/losses you’ve made. There are two ways of tracking your profits/losses.
The regular profit calculator. Just fill in your start balance (the amount you had when you started trading) by clicking the small “Edit” button under it, and your profits will be tracked accurately. We recommend only using this option!
For those who also trade manually on the same exchange account out of Cryptohopper (not recommended), is the “User Invested/Returns” part. This will try to calculate how much profits/losses you’ve made based on your sells, instead of a difference in balance. Small mistakes can make this calculator incorrect, so we do not recommend this one.