Overview

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The MachinaTrader Dashboard is the landing page right after the logging into the platform. It can be reached at any time by selecting “Dashboard” on the left menu.  By default, it displays information about your Machinas, about the latest trades and about your wallets. 

Machina Widget

Your Machinas are all listed and can be seen on the left side, what exchange and strategy they are linked to, as well as the configured coins and trading intervals.   In the middle of the widget, you can find a summary of trade counters, on which the number of winning and losing trades, as well as the overall performance of the Machina, is displayed.   On the right side, you have the actions that enable you to control this Machina, edit its configuration and to Start or Stop it on demand.

Trades Widget

All the trades from all the Machinas are listed in a single grid with the newest trades on top.  For each trade, you can see on which Pair and on which Machina it has been executed, if it was a manual operation or if it was triggered by a strategy as well as the amount and price at which it was traded.  On the right, we have action buttons where we can see more information about the trade or manually sell an open position. 

Wallet Widget

Below this trades list, we have the wallet graph which shows the evolution of the wallet over the last days? (how many days, why only 1 wallet if multiple machinas ?) 

Dashboard Customization

The Dashboard is highly customizable, it can do much more and it’s up to you to turn it into the perfect dashboard that meets your expectations.  We have a pre-selected set of widgets that you can download and install on your Dashboard. This can be achieved by selecting the Widgets icon at the top right side of the page.  From there you decide what additional information you want to display.  Downloading a new Widget may require you to refresh the Dashboard. Once the page is refreshed a few seconds later, new widgets are shown on the bottom of my dashboard.  You may also move and resize everything so that it’s organized in the way you like; just drag and resize the windows. The widgets can be tagged by color or minimized using their specific action buttons in the title bar and removed from the dashboard at any time using the close action. 

Adding Custom Widgets

It is also possible to add your own custom widgets to the dashboard. For doing so press the Add Custom Widget button on the top of the page and provide the HTML code for your own widget.   Just copy any widget-code and paste it into the WYSIWIG-editor and press “Save”.  Once you reload the Dashboard, you can find newly created widgets at the bottom of the page and can drag them where you want them on the Dashboard.  Have a look at our small guide to adding widgets to the Dashboard here.
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