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This tab contains information about created alerts. The alerts are intended for signaling about events in the market. Having created alerts, one may leave the monitor as the client terminal will automatically inform about the server event.

All alerts in this tab are represented as a table with the following fields:

Symbol — symbol, whose data is used to check for the condition specified. If the Time parameter is selected as a condition, the symbol does not matter;

Condition — condition under which the alert will trigger;

Counter — the current amount of alert triggerings;

Limit — maximum permissible amount of the alert triggerings;

Timeout — the period of time between alert triggerings;

Event — the action to be performed (an audio signal, a file executable in operational environment, or a message sent by email).

Context menu of this tab is used for managing alerts:

Create — open the alert creation window. The same action can be performed by pressing the Insert key;

Modify — modify a selected alert. The same action can be performed by a double click on the alert or by clicking on it and pressing the Enter key;

Delete — delete a selected alert. The same action can be performed by pressing the Delete key;

Enable On/Off — enable or disable a selected alert. When disabled, an alert is not deleted, but becomes inactive;

Auto Arrange — when this option is enabled, the size of columns is selected automatically;

Grid — show/hide grid to separate fields with alerts.

Creating and Modifying Alerts

To create or modify an alert the corresponding context menu command should be executed or the Insert or Enter key should be pressed. After that the following window will appear:

The window contains the following alert settings:

Enable — enable alert triggering. If this option is not checked, other fields will be unavailable for editing;

Action — action performed when an event happens:

Sound — play a sound file;

File — run an executable file;

Email — send an email to the email specified in the terminal settings .

Notification — send a push notification to a mobile device. Sending push notifications requires specification of the MetaQuotes ID in the terminal settings. MetaQuotes ID is a unique identifier, which is assigned to each mobile terminal during installation on a device. Push notifications are an effective means to notify of events, they are instantly delivered to the mobile device and are never lost. The message text is specified in the Source tab.

Expiration — in this field, one can specify a lifetime for the alert. At the specified time the alert will be automatically deleted. The local computer time should be indicated here.

Symbol — symbol, whose prices will be used to check the condition. If the Time parameter is selected as a condition, the symbol does not matter;

Condition — condition under which the alert will trigger:

Bid < — i f the Bid price goes lower than the given value, the alert will trigger;

Bid > — if the Bid price exceeds the given value, the alert will trigger ;

Ask < — i f the Ask price goes lower than the given value, the alert will trigger;

Ask > — if the Ask price exceeds the given value, the alert will trigger ;

Last < — if the last price is lower than the given value, the alert will trigger ;

Last > — if the last price is higher than the given value, the alert will trigger ;

Volume < — if the volume of a last executed deal is lower than the given value, the alert will trigger;

Volume > — if the volume of a last executed deal is higher than the given value, the alert will trigger;

Time = — when this time comes, the alert will trigger. The local computer time in HH:MM format (for example 15:00) should be indicated here;

Value — value of price, volume or time, reaching which the alert will trigger;

Source — depending on the type of action performed when an event occurs, one of the following is specified here:

a sound file in *.wav, *.mp3 or *.wma.

an executable file in the *.exe, *.vbs or *.bat format.

an email template. If you select Email, a click on this field will open a window for writing a template of an email to be sent to the address specified in the terminal settings. You can also just write an email text message in the format email subject email text;

a text of a push message. The maximum message length is 255 characters.

Timeout — time between alert triggerings;

Maximum iterations — maximum amount of times the alert repeats triggering.

The Test button allows to check the usability of the selected alert. For changes to come into effect, one must press the OK button.

Creating a Message to Be Sent

If mail sending is selected as the action upon alert triggering, the window of message creation will be opened after a click on the button:

In the To field one should indicate the mail address. to which the message will be sent. In the Subject field the message subject should be specified. Below is the field for entering the message text. Using Macros of the context menu various macros can be inserted into the text:

Symbol — financial security for which the alert is set up;

Bid — Bid price;

Bid High — the highest Bid price for the chart period (for stock symbols);

Bid Low — the lowest Bid price for the chart period (for stock symbols);

Ask — Ask price;

Ask High — the highest Ask price for the chart period (for stock symbols);

Ask Low — the lowest Ask price for the chart period (for stock symbols);

Last — the last price, at which a trade was executed (for stock symbols);

Last High — the highest price, at which a trade was executed for the chart period (for stock symbols);

Last Low — the lowest price, at which a trade was executed for the chart period (for stock symbols);

Volume — volume of trades executed for the chart period;

Volume High — maximal value of an executed trade volume for a trade session (for stock symbols);

Volume Low — minimal value of an executed trade volume for a trade session (for stock symbols);

Volume Bid — volume of a Buy trade closest to market (for stock symbols);

Volume Ask — volume of a Sell trade closest to market (for stock symbols);

Time — time of the last quote receipt;

Bank — supplier of financial security liquidity;

Login — number of the current account ;

Balance — current balance value;

Equity — current equity value;

Profit — current profit value;

Margin — current margin value;

Free Margin — current free margin value;

Positions — list of all positions that are currently open;

Orders — current active orders (pending orders. unfilled orders to execute a trade at market).

After the alert message is created, the Apply button should be pressed.

Creating and Managing Alerts on Chart

Alert can be quickly created right on a chart. To do it, execute the Alert command in the chart context menu:

If the menu is opened above the current price the alert is created with condition Bid > selected price, below the current price — Bid < selected price. Alerts created from charts are automatically set to expire. The expiration time depends on the chart timeframe:

For minute timeframes the expiration is set in hours. The number of hours corresponds to the number of minutes in the timeframe. For example, the expiration will be set to 1 hour on M1 timeframe, to 5 hours on M5 timeframe, to 30 hours on M30 timeframe, etc.

For hourly timeframes the expiration is set in days. The number of days corresponds to the number of hours in the timeframe. For example, the expiration will be set to 1 day on H1 timeframe, to 2 days on H2 timeframe, to 6 days on H6 timeframe, etc.

On a daily timeframe the expiration will be set to 24 days.

On a weekly timeframe the expiration will be set to 2 weeks.

On a monthly timeframe the expiration will be set to 2 months.

Alerts are displayed via red arrows on the right side of charts of the corresponding instruments:

The price level of an alert can be modified directly on the chart. Just drag the alert arrow using a mouse.

Changing alerts on the chart can be disabled by enabling Disable dragging of trade levels option in the terminal settings.