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Can you give an update on when alerts will be able to be edited and reset.

 

Currently once created they cannot be edited (other than changing the price). Once triggered they cannot be edited or reset - only deleted.

 

It is very common to want to use the same alerts and deleting them is just a waste.

 

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Hi

 

I have sent your request to our developers as feedback, at the moment I cannot give you a date of when this functionality could become available but I will update you if there is any news on it.

 

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Anton

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In the new platform, how do I set up indicator alerts?? I could do it in the old one but now I can't find where to add the indicators.

 

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In the new platform, how do I set up indicator alerts?? I could do it in the old one but now I can't find where to add the indicators.

 

Thanks

You should be able to see this in the alerts section (shares the tabs with Deal, Order and Alert). 

 

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