Tracts has the ability to show you your flowchart in a variety of ways. Each one has a specific advantage which is why we give you so many options to find what works for you. Below is a brief description of each view and what they do for the presentation of the flowchart.
Each document is given its own layer in the flowchart so that there is no overlapping documents on top of each other.
A transactional view that has all documents in their own row. This allows you to see things before and after a document happens. Each party name is given a column for representation and user can trace the interest down easily. This view is most liked by attorneys.
This view squeezes the chart together to get more displayed on a single page.
Unchecking this removes floaters to simplify the chart. Floaters are parties that are not connected to the flowchart. These are highlighted in yellow and can usually be remedied through the People & Alias Tool.
This uses the minimum amount of line crossovers possible. It follows an interest and is similar to how it would be drawn by hand. You can easily see interests.
A horizontal “chainlink” view through history that is simplified and compact. You can pick if you want Leasehold, Mineral Interest, or both showing. See a more in depth of review here.
This view only has the leasehold showing not any of the mineral interests.
This view only shows the mineral interests not any of the leaseholds.
You can hover over something and it'll show you exactly which lease is controlling the interest if any. If not, it shows UMI.
Will display the net acres that the person has after the most recent transaction when hovered over. The actual acreage amount has to be calculated along the way to see this.
Highlight over a party's name to see the fraction of the interest the person owns.
Opens up the oldest document in the chain of title and all of the tabs in the notecard.
Tears down the chain of title and allows you to review documents one by one. When the document turns green that means it has been reviewed and it starts rebuilding the flowchart.
The system calculates possible connections. If unclicked, it will act as if every connection is possible. If you run title backward, turn Compute off.
Recommended view: Unselect floaters, select untangle, and select layers while in SVG.