I’m using forex.com but I’m guessing setting order entries should be similar. To set a long “BUY” entry order you need to go to the order management section of your software. select single order “BUY” and the leverage you want say 1 lot at 10,000 then select “LIMIT” then set the price you wish to buy at, which has to be lower than the current market order.
To set a short position do the same except select “STOP” which sets a stop order entry.
There are other options which I can set to take place automatically.
1.Single order STOP order entry and exits (used to SELL when you think the current value will go down)
2. Single order LIMIT order entry and exits(used to BUY when you think the price would go up)
3. Trailing Stops. If you think the price of currency pair is going up/down you can enter a long position(BUY) or SHORT(sell) at market order, then set a trailing stop to keep the profits and close out your position if the price reverses.
4. IF/THEN orders. Tell automatically enters order if first order has been met
5. IF.THEN OCO (one cancells other order). Use to automatically enter or exit a trade and set stops to prevent losses and limits to protect profits.
I use a lot of limit orders which automatically closes my position at a set rate to protect profits.
I’m still new but research the above order types from your software provider.