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Hi guys, we're looking for a few clients to assist in a feedback session relating to functionality on the new web trading platform. This is open to anyone who has an opinion on the desktop version of our platform, whilst the session would have a focus on two specific functions.

 

  • New idea for the left hand fly out and questions relating to 'Add to work space' 
  • Switching between specific contracts - e.g. cash / futures etc. 

We're very flexible on this, but would require 20 - 30 minutes of your time and would love to get this sorted next week if possible. If you trade multiple markets that would be a bonus. It would also be a chance to talk directly to our project managers and research team who deal with our devs and designers on a daily basis, so you would really be having first hand contact with the direction of the IG platform. 

 

Please either comment below or message me directly and we can get the ball rolling.

 

Thanks

James 

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James, it would be great if you could add a daily percentage change column option to the poirtfolio screen. I can see the overall change to my holding but not the daily view.

Cheers,

Steevn

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 - thanks for your suggestion and feedback regarding the new web trading platform. I will be adding this to the list of feedback requests from Community and they will be fed back to the appropriate teams at the end of the month. 

 

I shall actually now lock this thread because the original post related to a very time specific event. Please submit all additional feedback via a new thread. All the best. 

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