That is a positive improvement. Just one example here, off the top of my head, that could lead you to an improved use of time and effort.

If you take the 28 primary and secondary currency pairs once only, and figure out what the historical ATR(14) has been for the past year, month, week, day, that is 28 x 4 sheet entries. At about 30 seconds per entry, it is 56 minutes - let’s say - one solid hour. So double it to 2 hours.

Now take the data in the same past timeframes and work out how often the value (price) changed by 2 x ATR within 3 days (3 time periods in the case of monthly, weekly,). You will be able to see this quite easily on each timescale because it will be represented by relatively large changes in ATR(14) - up and down. Figure out in the past year how many times that has happened for each of the 28 pairs.

Now you have a trading frequency expectation - about how many trades per year. Let’s say for the AUDJPY that is 50 times, and for the EURUSD that is 10 times. So for the next 3 months, at the same time each day, look at the table. Is the ATR (14) around or above your minimum level? If no, move on to the next pair. That takes about one minute per pair (28 minutes if you are really slow). If yes, tick the pair. At the end of that 30 minutes, go back and determine whether the setup could match your other indicator or selection criteria. If so, decide on an entry point and a stop loss (maximum risk) and put a limit order in. Check that only once per day.