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2010-11-21 15:41:38


Hello,
I uploaded 4 watchlists today. I wish to upload a simulation which uses one/all of these watchlist. In the description of the uploaded simulation, I wish to provide a link to the watchlists.

The problem is I can not find the uploaded watchlist or their object number.

When sharing the watchlist, Quantshare did confirm they were sent.

Where can I find the uploaded watchlists and their object number.

Thank you.



QuantShare
2010-11-22 04:13:13

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Trading objects are reviewed before they appear on the website.
I just enabled them. However, next time please provide a more unique description for each one of them.

To reference another trading object type (Without dots): .[Object ID]..

You can find pending objects in Profile -> Pending Objects



Trading Software
2010-11-22 11:40:27

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Thank you for explaining the review process.

1) Regarding the "unique description" of the objects.... The only difference in the 4 watchlist objects are the "% Profit/Trade" criteria that is used to screen the securities. That % Profit/Trade is different in each description and title.

2) I see 3 of the 4 watchlist I uploaded. There seems to be one missing wich details the RSI's GT 4%. Has that been reviewed and approved? I would like to include that object # in the related upload of the simulation.

I do not see anything in my "Pending Objects" or my "Up. Objects"



QuantShare
2010-11-22 13:07:28

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Best Answer
You do not see the "Pending Objects" or "Up. Objects" because you have uploaded these items using another account (Brian).

I have enabled the RSI GT 4%.





RSI GT 4% (by Brian, uploaded several months ago)
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No html code. URLs turn into links automatically.

Type in the trading objects you want to include: - Add Objects
To add a trading object in your message, type in the object name, select it and then click on "Add Objects"










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