How to enable real-time order notifications in Fyers Web?

How to enable real-time order notifications in Fyers Web?

Real-time order notifications help you track the real-time orders placed and executed from time to time. By default, the notifications are disabled, however, you can re-enable the same by following the steps below:

Login to Fyers Web and Go to User Settings as shown in the image below:

Click on the Charts options as displayed in the image below:

Enable the ‘Show Trade Notifications’ option to enable the real-time trade notifications and Click on Save.

Once you click on save, you will get a pop-up stating ‘Notifications Settings Changed’, Click on ‘Yes’. Fyers Web will reload and the changes will reflect.

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