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How To Link Your OANDA Account To Your BetterTrader Account

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BetterTrader users are now able to link their OANDA account with their BetterTrader account. The new option allows you to take care of your analysis and trading activity in the same app.

What is linking my account and why is it useful?

By linking your broker and BetterTrader accounts you gain the ability to use the BetterTrader analysis tools and execute your trades as quickly as possible. There is no need to switch apps and copy the trade in order to execute it. You can do it all from within the BetterTrader app.

Linking BetterTrader and OANDA can be done by following these simple steps:

Step 1:

Login with your credentials (email and password). If you don't have an account yet, click here and follow the steps to create one.

Log in to BetterTrader trading app

Step 2:

Once you are logged in, click on the menu button. The menu button looks like this: ≡ and is located in the upper left-hand corner of the screen.

Open menu at BetterTrader trading app

Step 3:

Scroll down until you see “Connect your broker” below the “Trading” section. Click on it.

Connect to your broker at BetterTrader trading app

Step 4:

Choose “OANDA” by clicking on it.

Link your OANDA at BetterTrader trading app

Step 5:

Click “Log In”. If you don't have a OANDA account yet, click on the Create Account button and create an account in order to proceed.

Login OANDA account at BetterTrader trading app

Step 6:

Click on the “Login” button

Username and password to link OANDA at bettertrader trading app

Step 7:

If you agree with the message that appears click on the “Allow” button.

Allow permissions OANDA in BetterTrader trading app

Step 8:

After you are logged in scroll down until you see the “Approve Access” button and click on it.

Final balance OANDA at BetterTrader trading app

Don't have a OANDA account yet?Click here.

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