How to add stocks in my Watchlist ?

How to add stocks in my Watchlist ?

There are multiple ways to add stocks to your Watchlist.
Wherever you see the ‘ + ‘ icon near a scrip name, you will be able to add a scrip to your Watchlist. Be it, Company detail page, Option Chain or Search.

For adding stocks to an empty Watchlist, below are the steps:
  • Swipe and go to the Watchlist you want to add stocks.

  • Click on the three dots and you will get a popup menu.

  • Click on the “ + Add Stocks” icon.

  • Search for a stock which you want to add and click on the “+” icon beside the price.

  • Your stock will get added to the respective Watchlist.




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