How do I adjust the timeframe shown on the HIRO Chart? Within the SpotGamma HIRO Indicator, we off a rolling window. Some traders like seeing the cumulative impact of the HIRO signal from as long as our five day history permits all the way down to one minute. By changing the cumulative timeframe to shorter durations, you are enabling yourself to see the more active order flow. If you keep it as a cumulative lens, you'll be anchoring new order flow to the cumulative total, which can often be very large. Therefore by adjusting to smaller rolling windows, you will see more active order flow as it comes in. You can use your mouse cursor to increase or decrease the timeframe by scrolling up or down, or you can use the HIRO Settings button above the chart to choose from one of our default timeframe settings including: 1 Minute 5 Minutes 10 Minutes 30 Minutes 1 Hour 4 Hours 1 Day SpotGamma Alpha subscribers can access the SpotGamma HIRO Indicator here. Related articles What does the "Retail" filter indicate? How can I see 5-day history in HIRO? What is the SpotGamma HIRO Indicator? What does the "Put/Call" HIRO Stock Chart indicate? How do I change the chart view in HIRO?