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karennma
7,805 posts
msg #152956
Ignore karennma
7/5/2020 11:04:53 AM

I thought you could do this:
"Do Not Show Volume Column" (in the filter)

That doesn't work.
In ONE filter, I don't want to see the volume column.
How do I get rid of it?

glgene
566 posts
msg #152957
Ignore glgene
7/5/2020 11:59:16 AM

I have been under the impression that SF’s standard 3 columns were fixed, and couldn’t be deleted:

— Last
— Chg(%)
— Volume

Am I right or wrong?

Gene in FL

karennma
7,805 posts
msg #152965
Ignore karennma
7/5/2020 6:01:18 PM

GL,
I guess you're correct because I cant "write" it out of the results in the filter.

JoeyVinyl
120 posts
msg #152980
Ignore JoeyVinyl
7/6/2020 11:27:44 AM

I've never seen a way to remove a column either, only add ones.

wantonellis
107 posts
msg #153205
Ignore wantonellis
7/19/2020 11:13:47 AM

Click on Account top right.
Click Settings.
Scroll to the bottom of the page.
Click on "show volume plot" or "hide volume plot".

nibor100
579 posts
msg #153206
Ignore nibor100
7/19/2020 7:25:39 PM

@wantonellis,

I did that but the Volume column is still there, only the volume plot disappeared.

Ed S.

wantonellis
107 posts
msg #153214
Ignore wantonellis
7/20/2020 9:44:55 AM

Must be hard coded in the SF logic.

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