The Stock Rover screen is composed of multiple panels, some of which are interdependent.
At the top of the window is a multipurpose toolbar, which is outlined in a red box in the image below. From left to right, the toolbar includes a link to the Stock Rover homepage, a ticker search box, market information, and an account settings drop down menu that will be labeled with your account name.
The row selected in the Navigation panel, on the left side of the screen, determines which dataset is loaded in the Table. If a parent item is selected in the Navigation panel, the rows in the Table will show summaries for each of the child items. For example, if the ‘Portfolios’ icon is selected in the Navigation panel, the Table will display rows containing summary views for each of your portfolios.
The row selected in the Table determines what is displayed in the Insight panel on the right side.
If the Table and Chart are linked, the row selected in the Table will automatically be charted. You can unlink the Chart and Table through the Chart’s Settings menu.
The Navigation and Layouts in the grey menu bar are linked together.
The Layouts are the different displays which will change the panels that are being displayed on the right-hand side, to display either the Table, Chart, Insight or All. If you select one of these layouts the right-hand panel will change but it will stay displaying Quotes, Indices, Portfolios, Watchlists, or Screeners. So for example if you select Portfolios under Navigation and then change the layout from Table to Chart, it will change the layout but the object selected under Navigation will remain.
As seen in the screenshot below after changing to Chart, portfolios is still selected.