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Workspace API Connect
Created by Guest
Created on May 31, 2024

Add subscribed product list on application view

Adding subscribed products into application cards it will be useful to quickly identify which application has subscribed products, that would easier search and will have additional ease of use.

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
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    Jul 15, 2024

    Hello Dan, if you want to have a quick overview from /application view if there are no subscription that's not displayed.
    Use case it is if counsumer have multiple applications can see a brief overview, hence a list view under name of application (from UI view maybe a limit in card can be displayed max 5 in list view with three dots and when you go with a mouse on hover can display more as browser funcionality).
    Idea it is not to loop and look into each one application if there are multiple. Mainly to quickly see subscriptions from application landing page, as it is for products.

  • Admin
    Dan Temkin
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    Jul 12, 2024

    Thank you for submitting a feature request. A given Applications can have 0-n Subscriptions so providing a list of all the subscriptions on the card does not make sense from the UX both from visual clutter and from a page load time.

    Is the goal to see on the Applications card the subscription count or is it really to see the Subscription List? If it is the list please provide more details on why it should be shown at this level.