When the user searches for charging poles, he/she can also use filters. In the old version it was possible to save a filter, but because of this there was some confusion among the users and the user-flow did not go as expected. I left the saving out, as the number of filter options is minimal. It takes less effort to edit a filter than to save it.
In the previous design, users noticed that filters were active. However, it was completely unclear what and which filters were actually active. At 'connectors' it says four, but it is not clear what is beyond the number.
I studied similar applications and found that it is common to indicate how many filters are active. It is not the intention to indicate exactly what is on. The user can find this out by going to filter.
In the new version there are no standard filters active, so no charging stations are bypassed and for transparency to other charging station providers.