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TomKnight

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Good day,

For the past month, at least, IG keeps crashing and logging me out. In particular when I attempt to open the application on my tablet at the same time as having the platform open on my computer.

Is there a limit to the number of active IG windows that can be open at once? For example, I have multiple displays and could have 2 windows open displaying my IG account at the same time as having the app open on my tablet.

Please may you assist as this is incredible infuriating and interruptive.

Regards

Tomas

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2 hours ago, TomKnight said:

Good day,

For the past month, at least, IG keeps crashing and logging me out. In particular when I attempt to open the application on my tablet at the same time as having the platform open on my computer.

Is there a limit to the number of active IG windows that can be open at once? For example, I have multiple displays and could have 2 windows open displaying my IG account at the same time as having the app open on my tablet.

Please may you assist as this is incredible infuriating and interruptive.

Regards

Tomas

and to add, you should be able to have the platform open x2 on same or different device if one is logged in using the browser 'incognito' function.

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1 hour ago, TomKnight said:

Thank you @AndaIG 

However, even if I only use one device, it still crashes, sometimes even when I only have 1 window open.

What is "L2" and can it be disabled so that I can use more than one device?

Regards

Tomas

Hi Tomas

L2 is our dealing platform that gives you direct market access. This is most likely enabled by default when the account is created. You can contact our helpdesk IT team to disable as well as for assistance with the platform crashing. 

helpdesk.uk@ig.com or call 0800 409 6789 / +44 (0)20 7896 0079

All the best 

Anda

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