Jump to content
  • 0

Dealing notifications

Question

Normally, dealing notifications (for when a trade opens or closes) appear in the notifications feed on the right-hand side of the web platform, along with financial tweets. For the past few weeks I've not been getting any dealing notifications, only IGTV alerts. 

Has anyone else got this problem or is it just me?

Share this post


Link to post

7 answers to this question

Recommended Posts

  • 0

You may have just switched them off in error. On the very top right you should can toggle notifications and tweets on/off

Share this post


Link to post
  • 0

It's definitely on. I have the feed displayed with the 'All' tab selected to display both tweets and notifications. I can see lots of tweets but no dealing notifications. They don't show on the 'Notifications' tab either. 

Dealing notifications are switched on in the account settings and I'm still receiving push notifications to my phone. 

Share this post


Link to post
  • 0

Mine are not showing either - double checked my settings but everything seems to be in order. Have you had a response?

Share this post


Link to post
  • 0

Not just me then. 

@Bambam, I haven't contacted IG about it as it doesn't prevent me from trading and I doubt anything would be done about it in the short term. I just wondered if other platform users were also affected. Also, IG staff read the forums so will know the issue exists. 

@ChrisN, I think it is a bug. I hope so, anyway. It's a rubbish feature update if not!

@RedEyedJoe, I did find them useful so the sooner they're back the better but it's no biggie. 

Share this post


Link to post

Join the conversation

You are posting as a guest. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
You are posting as a guest. If you have an account, please sign in.
Answer this question...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


  • Member Statistics

    • Total Topics
      8,991
    • Total Posts
      48,993
    • Total Members
      62,089
    Newest Member
    Helio
    Joined 02/04/20 16:24
  • Posts

    • True. Going for the big swings works and so does scalping for everyday gains. Big swings often take time and sometimes one has to be patient and wait and pay the vig for the wait. Taking profit where one finds it is no bad thing and to be encouraged and applauded surely? Especially if one is lucky enough to short, trade out and then reverse one's position and profit by each swing. I agree if one takes a position and is going long and has a clear target in mind there is little point trading in and out, but when there is obvious profit what's wrong with taking it? Traders seem to have different approaches to gain. If one were running a bot one could easily programme it to do exactly that.  
    • @HPbrand, Long term the charts are supporting your view of bearish /negative when you look at the 'Monthly' and 'Weekly' charts for Bitcoin. Of course this can change but right now they support your view. However, that does not mean shorter term Bitcoin could not rally like it is right now since hitting $3.8k a few weeks back.  Majority of the tokens are utter garbage. In fact 90% of them are worthless and will fail. That I have little doubt about. There are however a few tokens which offer very compelling reasoning in terms of their creation and the impact they could have on particular areas. I will not go into that here but I have a thread on 'Tokenisation' which will explain some of these so little point in repeating in this thread.  From a trading perspective your third paragraph does not make sense. If you trade based on technical indicators and signals and they point towards Bitcoin going down to zero then for heavens sake short this asset and make money. Surely trading is all about making money. If you can maximise how much you can make per point movement and use effective leverage if you want to then to me it does not matter if Bitcoin is going to zero. If you are that sure then short it. Why wouldn't you?  If Governments were going to close Bitcoin et al then they would have done so. In fact the evidence demonstrates that Governments worldwide are embracing it and will adopt it in some form with legislation and tax rules being brought in to deal with Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies.  By all means wait and patiently be shown otherwise but just read about how India overturned their Bitcoin ban recently. Read about the US and UK bringing in guidance in relation to Crypto Assets. Just have a look at Gibraltar and the infrastructure there. I haven't even mentioned Asia and how China / Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, South Korea are all embracing Cryptocurrencies. I am not saying it will be Bitcoin that makes it. The simple truth is I don't know but the future is digital and digital currencies are coming. Central Governments are working on this as we speak and as I write. If what I am hearing is correct, it is a race to see which country releases their digital currency backed by Central Government first. Now although this is different to 'Decentralised Cryptocurrencies' it will shape the future of money / transactions / cross border payments / movement of assets, etc. 
    • Hi all. I have an amount in my unsettled debit, on the overview tab. What is this and how is it calculated?  Thanks. 
×
×