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On the old platform, I added individual a selection of digital 100's to a watchlist as this is easier to work with on an iPad. I can't find any way to add them to watchlists on the new platform. Any ideas?

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Unfortunately on the new web trading platform you can't add Digital 100's to a watch list. This is a functionality of the new platform and the 'add to workspace' option. The older iPad application has greater compatibility to the older desktop version, however we are looking at bringing these all in line. 

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