Getting alerts from TradingView

10 March 2019

It's simple to ensure that every alert you have configured in TradingView comes straight through to Alertatron, ready to be sent on to places like Telegram or Discord. Let's get started...

Webhooks

Webhooks are the best way to get alerts from TradingView to Alertatron. They are by far the fastest way of triggering your alerts and are very easy to set up.

Start by adding a new alert in TradingView, or editing an existing one. The following dialog box should appear...

Where to find the 'Webhook URL' setting in the TradingView 'Add Alert' dialog box
Where to find the 'Webhook URL' setting in the TradingView 'Add Alert' dialog box

Look for the Webhook URL option and tick it and enter your unique Alertatron Incoming Webhook address into the text field below it.

Save your changes, and every time this alert is triggered, the alert message will be sent on to Alertatron.

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