How to use the Multi-layout feature?

If you track several markets or if you need to track multiple symbols simultaneously, the multi-layout feature is the way to go. It enables you to track different markets or the same symbol simultaneously on different time frames. This particularly comes in handy if you trade indices and need to track the constituents to observe their price behaviour.

Example: If you trade Bank Nifty index futures or options, you can track the top constituents of the index. This will help you in assessing which constituents are pulling up or dragging the index and how the overall move can unfold.

This short visual guide will help you in accessing and customizing the multi-layout feature. Let’s get started!

1. Open the homepage of TradingView, go to “Products” and then open your chart layout.

2. Once you are on the chart page, you’ll see a small square icon at the top-right hand side of the screen. This is the “Layout” option. Click on it to view different available options.

3. As soon as you click on it, you’ll be greeted with a small window showing various combinations of horizontal and vertical layouts.

4. You can select the desired layout as per your needs. The vertical layouts look great on monitors in landscape mode, whereas the horizontal layouts go with portrait mode.

Please note that the number of charts per tab varies with the subscription type. The limit is as follows:
Free plan- 1 chart (Can’t use the multi-chart feature)
Pro plan - 2 charts
Pro+ plan - 4 charts
Premium plan - 8 charts

If you need to upgrade your account, be sure to check our Black Friday sale. You can get up to 60% off on subscriptions.

5. As we mentioned earlier, the multi-layout feature enables you to track several markets simultaneously or the same symbol on different time frames.

Example: Tracking different markets

Example: Tracking the same symbol on different time-frames

Observing the same symbol on multiple time frames provide easy insight into the multi-time frame analysis.

6. There are also a few synchronization options. You can synchronize the symbol, interval, time, crosshair, and date range between the charts. You can just select the sync option by just clicking on it.

Thanks for reading! Hope this was helpful!

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