Steps to Change Settings of Web-StockNote Watchlist

Web StockNote Watchlist 

You can customize or conveniently set a watchlist on the Web StockNote.
After logging into Web StockNote, click on the Settings symbol (besides the Trending notes).

Steps to Change Settings of Web-StockNote Watchlist:

  1. Sort By;
  2. Add Symbols;
  3. Remove Symbols;
  4. Rearrange Symbols;
  5. Edit Column;
  6. Edit Watchlist group;
  7. Add new Watchlist Group;
  8. Set as Default Watchlist


1. Sort By: You can sort your Watchlist stocks in any of the following manners:

    • Alphabetical;
    • LTP (last traded price);
    • Change (sort by price change);
    • Change % (sort by percentage change).

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2. Add Symbol: Search for the script/ instrument of your choice and add it to the watchlist by clicking on the + icon beside the scripts.

3. Remove Symbol:  To remove unwanted scripts from your watchlist, select the scripts and click on the Remove button.
 
4. Rearrange Symbol:  You can rearrange scripts in your watchlist, long-press the scripts (by the stacked lines), drag to the desired location, and then click on the Save button.

5. Edit Column: You can choose from the list of available indicators and widgets for easy accessibility on the watchlist window. You can choose from the following:

    • Line Chart
    • Volume / Value
    • High/ Low
    • Previous Close/ Open
    • OI/ OI Build up
    • OI Build up absolute/ OI Build up%
    • Bid price (Qty)/ Ask price (Qty)

 
6. Edit Watchlist: Select the unwanted watchlist and click on the Delete Group button.

7. Create New Group: You can create a new watchlist with the help of this option. Enter the name of the new watchlist and click on the Save button.

8. Default Watchlist Group: You can change the default watchlist with this setting. Select the watchlist and click on the Set button.

Now you can customize and organize your watchlist as you wish.
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