How to insert images on the chart.
TradingView now offers you the opportunity to include pictures in your charts, idea and script publications and snapshots. This will help you make your publication even more attractive and informative. You can now even include a "watermark".
To add an image to a chart, simply do the following:
- Activate the Image tool on the left toolbar
- In the window that opens, click on Select image or drag your chosen pic into the image selection field and click Ok
In fact, there is an even quicker way to get images onto the chart – just drag the picture onto it, or copy and paste it onto the chart using Paste or the Ctrl+V shortcut.
In the tool settings, in addition to changing the standard visibility settings at timeframes, you can rename the image, change its transparency, and also replace it with another one by clicking on the preview area.
To resize, just grab one of the corner handles and drag to the desired size. Neat, right?
What images can be added to a chart?
The inserted image must be in JPG and PNG format, the image size must not exceed 2mb, and the maximum resolution is 2000x2000 pixels.
Some limitations apply: learn about which pictures are allowed and what you should avoid.