@ray2 The page will look differently depending on what services you have signed up for. Initially, if you haven't signed up for anything, it will have a link for you to sign up for the free credit report. Once you have the credit report, more elements will appear, like your current score, your historical comparison as time moves on, and the missions to help you improve your score. The dashboard design also includes a feature that we haven't implemented yet (smart switching), which it will be coming soon, but once live it will also work like with the credit report, adding elements to the page depending on what comparison services you are interested in.
So, in summary, it will start off light and increase the amount of information offered to you as time goes on and you let us know what you're interested in.
Thankyou,that makes much more sense
@alantony1 I can’t see it on my iPad either - very frustrating - it tries but says ‘Please Rotate’ - (because my iPad is locked onto ‘landscape’?) - but the OP says it is designed for mobile but is accessible on desktop?