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Facebook Tracking No Longer Working

Hey Support Team. We set up Facebook tracking as well as Bing tracking using GTM on Pageview and on other GTM events that blend provides like application_submitted for Blend a month ago but it is no longer working. We are not receiving any events on Facebook and Bing, could you guide me how can we track events of blend application into facebook pixels. Looking forward to your response. Cheers, Anas Marketlytics

I need a user guide for clients. Anyone know where to find one?

Loan Reporting API - Can it support an ascending sort order?

I'm running into an odd issue with the Loan Reporting API and thought I would post a question to make sure I am not missing something. I am using the Reporting API v3.1.0 and getting the list of loan report data... [/reporting/loans], providing a start date/time and a cursor limit. Works fine. However, I am running into a problem because while you can retrieving the list of loans based on a given start-date/time, the results are sorted descending from the current date/time back to the oldest. So the newest loans will always show up first in the list. Is it possible to control the order to get an ascending list? I don't see anything in the documentation, so I assume that it is not supported. The issue is that I am storing the data from the reporting API locally while spinning through the cursor. Once I get through all the loans, I can then generate a report. However, I never get through all of the loans, as while it takes a couple of hours to process them all, new loans are still being added/updated. So there's no way to pull them all from a given start date/time to current in such a way as to sore them to generate a report over tens-of-thousands of records. However, if they were simply listed ascending, I could process them, log the last run date, then pick up from there for the next run. They would always be in sync and always contain all of the date for my report. I don't see a way to do this over any sizable number of records so long as they are sorted descending. Is there a way to control the order on the Loan Reporting API? Is that something that we can suggest for a future enhancement?

Download Follow-up stats like System Generated Follow-up Stats as in Reports | System Generated Reports | Follow Ups Usage

How can we download follow-up stats like system generated follow-up stats as in reports | System Generated Reports | Follow Ups Usage? I see where were can get Follow-up Stats in the API but the API seems to allow only one AppID at a time.

In lieu of Blend Title as the settlement agent, will Blend ever integrate with other settlement providers, such as Amrock or Mortgage Connect?

Not everyone will use Blend Title as their settlement provider. In fact, Blend Title is currently not available in all states. And, most of the time, Blend users use their own title agency as their settlement provider (like Regions Bank, who currently uses Blend for their Home Equity Lines of Credit - may extend Blend for HELOANS, Mortgages, Consumer Lending, Auto Lending, and Deposit in the future, uses Mortgage Connect as their companywide settlement provider), and generally, you have to work around this caveat in Blend with manual integration, like APIs. So, here’s the question I’ve wanted to ask about for a while since Blend Title came about: will Blend, in the future, integrate with other settlement providers, like Amrock or Mortgage Connect, as an option in lieu of Blend Title? I hope to find a straight answer to this question soon!

Can Blend integrate with MeridianLink's Consumer (formerly, LoansPQ), DecisionLender, and Opening (formerly, XpressAccounts) for Consumer Lending (Vehicle, Personal, Credit Cards, Home Equity) and Deposit Account Opening through the use of APIs?

Blend already integrates with MeridianLink’s Mortgage (FKA, LendingQB) for mortgages and home equity lending, but I want to know if you can integrate Blend with Consumer, DecisionLender, and Opening for consumer lending and deposit account origination through the use of APIs?

Cannot query a follow-ups only application

I am trying to query a follow-ups only application using the Los Primary Key, I can find the GUID in the portal and have confirmed that it is tied to the Los Primary Key through the integration status page. I am trying to call the /home-lending/applications?losId-eq={losguid} With the follow-ups only integration started via the LOS my response is always { "applications": [], "nextCursor": "0", "prevCursor": "0" }

Can CUNA Mutual's ForeverCar Platform integrate with Blend for auto lending?

CUNA Mutual (becoming TruStage this year) has a platform to sell its Mechanical Repair Coverage online, namely ForeverCar. I just want to know that can this be integrated into Blend's auto lending workflow through APIs?

Latest Record for a loan

I see that the estLastUpdateDate is not a realiable timestamp. What is best practice to be sure we are pulling in any changes to old loans? Our current method is to always pull the latest created timestamp that exists in our dataset and look back one month from that. My concern is if older loans are changing, we will miss the changes.

Duplicate Colons in Arrays

When calling many of the reporting endpoints (loans for example <https://api.beta.blendlabs.com/reporting/loans>) any element that contains an array has a colon within the key name as well as a colon separating the value. What's the reasoning for that as it seems redundant. ``` "allCurrentAssignees": "[ {\"userId:\":\"e700cea7-dd21-4ac1-b62c-304c43302024\", \"name:\":\"blah blah\", \"email:\":\"[email protected]\"}, {\"userId:\":\"6a8ccfd2-8af6-4086-9b65-c753f6aedab6\", \"name:\":\"first last\", \"email:\":\"[email protected]\"}, {\"userId:\":\"4be574d9-23ec-47fd-b05a-4ec5ddb44c23\", \"name:\":\"joe blow\", \"email:\":\"[email protected]\"}]", ```