August 2, 2022

Restore everything with a new TradingView Desktop update

Hey, hey everyone. Our team just pushed live a new version of TradingView Desktop with a few much-awaited features in it. It’s numbered 1.0.13 but don’t worry, it’s not unlucky. Let’s have a look at what’s new.

One of the most popularly-demanded things to appear in the app was the option to restore tickers and intervals in tabs after restarting it. It’s been a while since the app started to restore tickers for single-chart layouts only, but you can now finalize this feature with complete cover for all kinds of chart layouts. Let us know how it works for you.

And the next update is our new About tab in Settings that checks for available app updates and gives you an option to manually update the app if there are any. This is only to complement the existing auto-update feature, so you won’t have to constantly check for updates to make sure that you’re up-to-date.

But that’s not all that’s become available with this release — read its full list of improvements and bug fixes on Help Center.

We hope you love these new updates, but don’t hesitate to let us know what you think about this update and the app itself — Twitter and our subreddit are the best places for feedback.

Team TradingView

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Launch Chart