This tutorial explains the different settings for a Signal.
Switch the toggle so your bot will not place an order when the signal comes in.
Switch the toggle if you want to use market orders. This is an important setting. When your bot receives a Signal, it places a limit order. If the price goes up too fast, your bot will have trouble buying the coin. Market orders can help. But be careful, market orders can be expensive when the market goes up fast in illiquid markets.
Buy amount in
Fill in the amount you want to use for a buy order. This will overwrite your Baseconfig. If you don’t fill it in your bot will use the Baseconfig for the buy amount.
Take profit at
Fill in the percentage of profit you want to make with these Signals. When the price of a coin goes over this percentage, it will be sold. This will overwrite your Baseconfig.
Percentage higher bid
Fill in a percentage if you want to bid higher than the signal price. This will overwrite your Baseconfig.
Percentage lower ask
Fill in a percentage if you want to ask lower than the signal price. This will overwrite your Baseconfig.
Switch the toggle so your bot will follow the sell Signals of the Signaler. Your bot will sell positions according to these Signals.
Switch the toggle so the configuration which is sent with the signal will be used. For example, if a Signaler sends the percentage profit or Stop-Loss with a signal, that will be used instead of your own settings.
Allow all coins
Switch the toggle so all the coins are selected for this Signaler. It will disable your Strategy. Your bot won't scan for buys but waits until it receives a signal.
Important: none of the above settings are required to have the Signaler work. They are customizations that you can do, and only the ones configured or enabled will overrule the Baseconfig settings for that specific setting.