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Why cant we edit alerts on IG charts?



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16 hours ago, MrMark123 said:

Why cant we edit alerts on IG charts?

Hi @MrMark123,

Charting systems are typically designed with fixed alert settings to ensure stability and consistent behavior. Allowing users to edit alerts might introduce complexity and increase the risk of unintended errors or inconsistencies. Additionally, modifying alerts, while the chart is actively displaying data, might lead to inconsistencies or inaccuracies, potentially affecting the reliability of the information being presented.

Regarding your feedback, we appreciate your suggestion. We will carefully consider the possibility of adding real-time editing of alerts to our charting system and evaluate its feasibility and impact. Your input is valuable, and we'll strive to improve our platform based on user needs.

All the best,

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