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Is it possible to sort by %Change when viewing products? Currently we are able to sort by the instruments name but it would be useful to have an easy way to view which instruments have moved the most across the day. This can help with generating trade ideas. Other platforms have this feature and it would be nice to have it available. 

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18 hours ago, fxvalt said:

Is it possible to sort by %Change when viewing products? Currently we are able to sort by the instruments name but it would be useful to have an easy way to view which instruments have moved the most across the day. This can help with generating trade ideas. Other platforms have this feature and it would be nice to have it available. 

Hey @fxvalt

This is something we're working and will hopefully reflect in the platform soon. 

All the best

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On 27/03/2022 at 09:24, Mountainous said:

Hi, has this feature been implemented yet? I can't seem to do it but may be missing something. Thanks

Hi @Mountainous,

Thank you for your post. 
On the platform once you add a list to your Workspace, you can click on the filter next to "Market" and select %Change:
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I hope that it helps.

All the best - Arvin

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This works fine if you set up your own watchlist, but still doesn't work on the search page  e.g. access the shares list and you can only filter by most popular (default) or alphabetically.   The ability to sort by % change is extremely useful, and must be easy to implement surely?    I centre much of my research around shares which have shown the largest drops but this is difficult using the site with the current set up.

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18 hours ago, BigDeal said:

@ArvinIG

This works fine if you set up your own watchlist, but still doesn't work on the search page  e.g. access the shares list and you can only filter by most popular (default) or alphabetically.   The ability to sort by % change is extremely useful, and must be easy to implement surely?    I centre much of my research around shares which have shown the largest drops but this is difficult using the site with the current set up.

Hi @BigDeal,

Thank you for your response. I now understand what you are after. I will forward your feedback to the relevant team.

All the best- Arvin

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