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How to Modify Price and Quantity of Limit Orders on Price Charts

2021-08-11 10:37
Binance Futures now supports open order modifications to provide flexibility for traders. You can modify the price and quantity of open orders on your Coin-Margined contracts. Please note that this feature is only supported on Coin-Margined futures.
Read our tutorial: How to Modify Price and Quantity of Open Limit Orders on Coin-Margined Futures
You can also modify limit orders on the price chart. Follow this step-by-step guide to get started.
1. Go to the Coin-margined futures interface. Then, select the [Original] Mode on your price chart.
2. Click on the [Preference] icon located on the top right corner of the order entry panel. Next, select [Preference].
3. Select [Order Adjustment] and toggle on the buttons next to [K-line Adjustment] and [Adjustment Confirmation]. Click [Confirm] to save.
4. Once enabled, you can modify the price and quantity of your limit orders on the price chart. After you have placed your trade, you will see the Order details directly on your chart.
Buy-limit orders will be labeled in green, the price of the limit order will be on the green section, while the quantity of the limit order will be displayed on the right.
To modify the quantity of the limit order, simply right-click on the quantity input field and enter your desired quantity.
To modify the price of the limit order, simply drag and drop your order and move your cursor up or down to adjust for higher or lower prices.