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How can I reorder the watchlists I’ve created?


slordz

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I’ve created about 8 watchlists over past few years but now I want to reorder the watchlists. Eg:

 

banks -> funds -> fx

fx -> funds -> banks

 

seems there is no way to do this? Only delete and renaming of watchlists is allowed

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On 11/06/2021 at 01:34, slordz said:

I’ve created about 8 watchlists over past few years but now I want to reorder the watchlists. Eg:

 

banks -> funds -> fx

fx -> funds -> banks

 

seems there is no way to do this? Only delete and renaming of watchlists is allowed

Hi @slordz,
At the moment there is no options to organised the watchlists other than by changing their name.

I will forward your feedback to the relevant department to be reviewed.

Thank you - Arvin

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