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Finally! Ideation is here! 🎉🎊Tutorial
Finally! Ideation is here! We are excited to announce that our community members can now share, submit and upvote suggestions for MX on the Ideas page. We’d love to hear your input on what we should focus on next and are committed to reviewing your ideas to help us build MX! Have an idea? Make sure to follow the following 3 steps: Search to see if the idea already exists before submitting. If you see your idea has already been submitted, make sure to like or comment to help get it more visibility! Explain your idea fully and clearly, add as many details as possible. For product ideas, make sure to answer the following questions in the description: What is your use case? What problem are you trying to solve? Is it a critical feature that blocks you from delivering on your use case, or is it a nice-to-have feature? What would be your requirements for a good solution? Make sure to only submit one idea at a time for the sake of clarity. You can create as many ideas
Welcome! The MXcommunity is a place for our clients & partners to share experiences, discuss and learn from one another, and make suggestions to improve and support each other. In order to create a great experience for everybody, we ask our community members to follow the guidelines below: Be kindTreat one another with respect. Any posts that are seen as racist, sexist, discriminatory, derogatory, threatening, harassing, or otherwise insulting will not be tolerated. Be constructiveHaving a different opinion and being critical is great but only if it is used to foster healthy discussions. Help others grow by giving them constructive and respectful feedback. Be openIt’s all about being transparent, honest, and truthful. Embrace and welcome new people, processes, ideas, ways of doing things, and visions of others. Don’t be scared to go outside of your comfort zone! Be mindful of private or confidential informationPlease refrain from sharing any personal (e.g., telephone numbers, emai
New to MXcommunity? Let’s get you started!Tutorial
Welcome to MXcommunity! We are excited to have you join our conversations. Here’s everything you need to know about the MXcommunity: What is MXcommunity?The MXcommunity is built for MX’s clients and partners to discuss challenges, submit ideas, and engage with one another to share insights, best practices and help each other grow. Whether it’s your first or your thousandth day working with MX, there is something in the MXcommunity for you. First, make sure you are signed in to get the full community experience! ✅💃 So what are you waiting for? Introduce yourself in our introductions thread and meet who else is here! Next, let’s take a quick tour. If you scroll to the top of the MXcommunity from any page, you’ll see a few options available to you: News & AnnouncementsThis is where we keep you updated on what’s happening within our company, the community, or our products and services. Lounge AreaInterested in meeting folks and having a chat about something off-topic? Discuss it her
New Research Findings: What features do consumers want?
Hi council members, Hope everyone enjoyed a lovely Thanksgiving break! Join us on Dec. 13 for a first look into new research that unveils what consumers really want from their financial providers. Key highlights include: Features related to fraud and financial data rank as most critical for consumers. Gaining a complete picture of finances may be more important than ever. A majority of respondents agree they expect to be able to see all of their financial data in one place. Are financial providers doing enough to support consumer financial needs? Consumers weigh in on their worries and expectations. Comment below if you’d like to join our exclusive preview of our new consumer research!
Remembering Brandon Dewitt
Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the passing of our co-founder and friend Brandon Dewitt. Our MX team was reminded of some “Brandon-isms” with these postcards. Brandon’s passion and the way he inspired others will never be forgotten. What is your favorite Brandonism?
Consumer Money Matters: Debt on the Rise, Savings on the Decline
A recent survey from MX highlights data points between consumers and their money, including attitudes towards saving, debt, financial trust, and mobile apps. Consumer Money Matters: Debt on the Rise, Savings on the DeclineRecord-breaking inflation rates. A slowing economy with predictions of a recession to come. Everyday necessities like milk and gas at sky-high prices. Skyrocketing household debt. This is the reality for American adults today. And, according to new research from MX, consumers are less confident in their financial futures due to rising costs. The latest research of 1,000 U.S. consumers from MX shows that 40% of consumers surveyed believe their current financial situation has changed for the worse due to rising costs compared to last year. Half of the respondents also say they are saving less money today, while 32% say the amount of debt they owe has increased. Across generations, Gen Z may be most optimistic in the face of these economic challenges, while the majority
The Clock is Ticking for a Better Digital Banking ExperienceBlog
Thirty percent of financial organizations do not allow consumers to open checking accounts online according to new data conducted by GLG. In today’s digital age, this is shockingly high. For other types of accounts, the numbers are even worse — only 66% of organizations say you can open savings accounts online. And, it’s 60% for credit cards, less than half for loans (46%) and lines of credit (45%), and less than a third for mortgages (33%), auto loans (28%), and insurance (15%). Click to read more.
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