With the multi-chart layout feature in Tradingview, you can use up to eight charts in one layout at the same time. Consequently, you can follow price action of different symbols or intervals and set up syncing between different charts. Moreover, it’s possible to link your charts by resolutions or symbols.
Imagine trading on an intraday basis. One of the things you would want to look at before placing the order is how the prices look on different time frames. The regular practice is to change the frequency from 1 day to say, 15 minutes or 5 minutes. While this serves the purpose, it would nice if you can see how the chart looks at different periods on a continuous and simultaneous basis. Tradingview’s multi chart layout helps you anchor the price and build a perspective of where the current market price is with respect to other timeframes. For example, I like to look at the 1-day chart, 30-minute chart, and 15-minute chart, all at the same time. You can annotate the chart, make notes, and make it visible on only the desired timeframe.
You can plot up to 8 charts in one browser tab. It’s also possible to link charts by resolutions or symbols.