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Intermittent Notification problem


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Guest MisterK

I have tried to reset everything on my phone and in the app but it seems to work once and then there are no notifications coming through when a new order/stop or limits has been opened or closed. Price alerts seems to do the same any suggestions or is there a problem with the app?

 

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I've had a similar problem since Monday (10th Dec). My indicator alerts are working fine but the mobile push notifications I have switched on for when a trade opens and closes haven't been working this week. I often (try to) rely on them so it's frustrating when they suddenly stop working. From my experience, they stop working quite often and then make an unannounced return when they feel like it. I hope they're not gone for too long this time. 

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