How to Sync Drawings Across Charts
In order to sync your drawings across multiple charting timeframes, please follow the steps below:
- To initiate the process, begin by creating a New Analysis.
Navigate to File => Chart => New Analysis.
- Give your New Analysis a name:
- Based On: Analysis is going to be based on this chart
- Now, to open a new chart with a different
timeframe for the same symbol, simply click the + button:
- Once Selected, you can choose to open a New Chart Tab and the follow window will open:
- Uncheck the box infront of "Untitled"
- This adds the current drawing tools onto the new chart
- Configure your bar size through this window
- Click "OK" and the charts will be synced as shown in the gif below
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