Top 4 tools to send TradingView alerts to Telegram


Telegram is a great way to send out quick alerts and get information from other traders. When it comes to signals, you may want to see what your friends are doing or just see what is trending on the platform. In this post, we will be going over four tools that can help you send TradingView data to Telegram channels or groups as well as share live charts and data with other members of your group.

Telegram is an open-source instant messaging service.

Telegram is an open-source messaging and voice over IP application. Telegram is most popular in the crypto world for its fast, convenient, and secure service.

The service has a web client, desktop clients for Windows, macOS, Linux and Chrome OS platforms. Users can send messages and exchange photos, videos or files of any type.

Telegram also offers optional end-to-end encryption feature called Secret Chat that allows users to set their messages to self-destruct after a certain time period or after being read by the recipient(s).

There are many different ways to send TradingView alerts to Telegram, this post gives 5 examples of good approaches that you can use.

There are many different ways to send TradingView alerts to Telegram. This post gives 5 examples of good approaches that you can use.

TradingView is an online trading platform and social network for traders, where they can learn the basics, share their ideas, trade against them and discuss the market. The platform has more than 10 million users and in addition to its web-based service it also offers mobile apps for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.

Telegram is a messaging app with a focus on speed, security and usability features such as self-destructing messages, cloud storage support along with other useful options. It’s available on multiple platforms including smartphones running Android OS 4+ or iOS 7+.


Alertatron is a free alerting service that you can use to send alerts to Telegram. Itโ€™s also a paid service, and you can try it before you buy. This is the tool I use for my trading alerts because it has all the features I need and it works consistently well.

Alertatron is web-based, so you donโ€™t have to download anything or install any software on your computer. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux computers as well as mobile devices (with an app). You donโ€™t need a TradingView account to sign up for Alertatronโ€”you just need an email address and password. Once you register with Alertatron, you can connect your TradingView account so that your chart analysis will show up in your alert messages sent from Alertatron. is a paid tool that lets you send alerts to Telegram and Discord. The price depends on the alerts you would like to have in a month.

The free plan allows up to 10 alerts per day for a single user, but if you want more than that then there’s a paid option that costs $5 per month (or $50 annually). You can try out the paid version first by using the code “tbtrader” when signing up for 30 days at no cost.


TradingView-Webhook-Bot is a tool that you can use to send TradingView alerts to Telegram. Itโ€™s super simple, and it require coding skillsl. The only thing you need is a virtual private server (VPS), which typically costs about $5/month

To set up the bot, log into your server via SSH and type and follow the installations manual at

You must send a JSON structured message according to the sample to make it work!

TradingHook is a new tool that sends TradingView alerts to Telegram. Itโ€™s developed by a full-time trader who cares deeply about the community and wants to help other traders succeed. Itโ€™s also one of the most affordable tools on this list, with a limited 5 years membership that costs just $39 (a limited offer).

TradingHook is launching soon in October 2022, so drop your email now if you want to access it!


I hope this post was helpful and provided some insight into some great ways to send TradingView alerts to Telegram. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out in the comments below or via email at [email protected]

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