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How To Add Another Chart On TradingView – A Complete Guide

Analyzing multiple charts simultaneously unlocks tremendous perspective for intermarket analysis and cross-asset comparisons. But how do you actually add more charts on TradingView?

In this step-by-step guide, we’ll cover the benefits of multi-chart analysis, methods for adding charts across TradingView platforms, linking chart data, arranging charts effectively, troubleshooting issues, and tips for robust comparative analysis.

Follow along to master building multi-chart workspaces on TradingView tailored perfectly to your trading process!

How To Add Another Chart On Tradingview

Why Add More Charts on TradingView?

Let’s first discuss the major benefits of analyzing multiple charts together:

  • View correlations and divergences between related markets
  • Anchor analysis by cross-referencing signals across assets
  • Gain perspective by zooming out to higher timeframes on additional charts
  • Dial-in to price action on shorter intraday charts for entry timing
  • Customize workspaces for different strategies, watchlists, or asset classes
  • Trade or invest across multiple instruments from a consolidated dashboard

Thoughtful chart addition unlocks a multi-dimensional perspective. Now let’s add some!

How to Add Another Chart on TradingView Web

On the TradingView web platform, click the “Add Chart” button in the top toolbar of an existing chart. This will insert a new blank chart.

Additional methods:

  • Click the “+” button in the Charts sidebar
  • Right-click on blank space in a chart tab and select Add Chart
  • Drag and drop symbols from watchlists into existing chart tabs

Intuitive options make web chart addition easy!

Adding More Charts on TradingView Desktop

On TradingView desktop app, click the “+ Chart” button in the bottom panel, or:

  • Right click chart tabs and select Insert Chart
  • Drag symbols from the Watchlist Panel into tabs
  • Click the Split Chart button to divide existing chart into two

Repeat to build the perfect desktop workspace!

Adding Charts on TradingView Mobile

On TradingView mobile apps:

  • Tap the “+” button on the Charts tab
  • Tap “+Chart” in top right when viewing a chart
  • Tap and hold chart thumbnails in the Charts tab to drag into other charts

Mobile workflows allow fast chart creation on the go!

Linking Data Across Added Charts

Link charts for synchronized analysis:

  • Hover over a chart’s top toolbar and click the “Link to …” icon
  • Select which other chart(s) to link
  • Linked charts will match timeframes, dates, and crosshair positions

Linking prevents distracting configuration differences.

Arranging Multiple TradingView Charts

Effectively arrange charts for easy comparison:

  • Tile charts logically for natural vertical / horizontal analysis
  • Cascade charts diagonally to utilize screen real estate
  • Color code key charts for quick identification
  • Sync chart styles and timeframes for unified data visualization

Intentional arrangement amplifies insights.

Troubleshooting Multi-Chart Issues

Common chart addition questions:

Can’t add more charts? Pay account may limit charts. Try deleting unused charts.

Charts not syncing properly? Double check linked vs unlinked status. Refresh page.

Data looks misaligned between charts? Enable Pre/Post market hours on intraday charts.

Charts shifting around? Lock charts in place by clicking the pin icon.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to TradingView support with persistent chart issues!

Tips for Meaningful Multi-Chart Analysis

Some tips for effectively leveraging multiple TradingView charts:

  • Focus on quality over quantity – add only essential charts
  • Use chart notes and annotations to cross-reference key levels, patterns, etc
  • Apply templates to quickly build typical grouped chart setups
  • Save/load entire workspaces to preserve chart arrangements
  • Study how professional traders configure screen real estate

Thoughtful addition pays dividends when charting wisely.

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Key Takeaways for Multi-Chart Trading

The key points we covered on building multi-chart workspaces:

  • Additional charts provide invaluable comparative perspective
  • Easily add more charts across TradingView platforms
  • Link chart data for synchronized analysis
  • Thoughtful workspace arrangements amplify insights
  • Fix pesky issues by deleting, relinking, resetting, etc
  • Practice purposeful addition aligned to your process

I hope these tips help you effectively add more charts for robust analysis on TradingView! Let me know if you have any other questions.

Author: Dominic Walsh
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I am a highly regarded trader, author & coach with over 16 years of experience trading financial markets. Today I am recognized by many as a forex strategy developer. After starting blogging in 2014, I became one of the world's most widely followed forex trading coaches, with a monthly readership of more than 40,000 traders! Make sure to follow me on social media: Instagram | Facebook | Youtube| Twitter | Pinterest | Medium | Quora | Reddit | Telegram Channel

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