One of the recommendations they make is to use a combination timeframe approach, where the higher timeframe is the primary template from which you annotate the levels & zones of significance (such as prior day/week high & low levels & near-term S&R zones), & the lower timeframe is the secondary template where you trigger your entries & set ups based on the info from the primary chart.
So if you’re obtaining your bias, levels/zones from a daily chart, those S&R zones will be transported & visible all the way down to however low on the timeframe scale you wish to view them from.
They only advise trading in sync with the bias as identified from your higher timeframe template.
The identification process is pretty clear & straightforward.
You look for higher swing highs & higher lows cycling up & lower swing lows & lower highs cycling down on your primary timeframe chart.
Once you’ve identified that process & it’s in motion, you drop down to your secondary timeframe chart & they have offered a couple of logical set ups & trigger options for people to choose, such as legging in via pullbacks long or short (via 1-2-3’s or stochastic hook set ups) in the direction of the dominant bias.
You can bring the prior day & week high/low & the pairs average day & week range into play if you so wish as guides to assist with entry & trade management.