How to check the margin required in the basket order?

How to check the margin required in the basket order?

The 'Margin Required' feature enables you to find out how much margin is required to place an order in a particular basket.

For instance, Mr. Kali, a client of FYERS, wishes to place a Bank Nifty Bear Call Spread Options Strategy in basket order for hedging purposes. However, he's not sure of the margin required. Therefore, he can use the said feature to plan his funds and place the basket order. Refer to the GIF below to understand how Mr. Kali found out the overall required margin for the said strategy:

As you can see the consolidated margin required will be displayed at the bottom of the basket order window. Similarly, you can check the margin required for any trading strategies or bulk orders placed using this feature. 
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