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Access the Orders module by selecting ReportsOrders from the top toolbar or by selecting Orders from the left toolbar:


The moment you place an order by clicking on the Buy or Sell buttons in the Order module, the order appears in the Orders list.


The Orders module displays information about all orders you placed ‒ completed or not.

Customise the window

You can filter and sort orders by any column. To do so, click the column header and select the filtering or sorting parameters.

  • Click on the gear icon in the top-right corner of the module to add or remove columns

  • Click on the title of the column to change the order of the information displayed

  • Drag and drop columns to change their order in the module

  • Use the search bar or buttons below column titles to filter information


Select your criteria

OCO group ‒ for TP/SL orders

Status icon ‒ current status of the order

Order ID ‒ unique order identification number

Origin ‒ Trading PLatform, FIX, Excel, Mobile, Web, or Other

User & Account ‒ identification of the trader

Created & Updated ‒ timestamps for order status updates

Status ‒ Pending, Placing, Working, Filled, Cancelled, or Rejected

Type ‒ Market, Limit, Stop, Stop Limit, Iceberg, TWAP, and Trailing Stop

Duration ‒ GTC, Day, FOC, IOK, ATO, and ATC

*Learn more about order and duration types.

Instrument ‒ name of the instrument

Side ‒ Buy or Sell side

Quantity & Filled ‒ number of instruments stated in the order and factual amount of instruments traded

Price & Stop price & Average price ‒ information on order price

Right-click on the order row to open the context menu


It includes the instrument menu from which you can open the instrument in other modules, as well as:

  • Add TP/SL ‒ Take Profit and Stop Loss orders ‒ to the order (even after it is Filled)

  • Replace ‒ change the quantity and price of a selected order

  • Cancel ‒ cancel the selected order

  • Set OCO Group ‒ add five or fewer orders for the same asset to an OCO group (One-Cancels-the-Other order) even if they already make part of other OCO groups.

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