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The quality column has different meanings for different types of alerts. For example, for the percent down, it is how many percent down the stock went. For the pull back, its the size of the initial move. For pattern alerts, its the approximate size in hours. For some alerts, there is no meaningful quality filter. You've seen quality before, but possibly under a different name. Some alert types have a filter next to them. This is a quality filter. If you can filter this type of alert in days, the quality column will say days. If you can filter this type of alert in shares, the quality filter will show you shares. You can also see this in the help window. Configure alert specific filters. These descriptions in the alert specific alerts also apply to the quality column. It is the same number. This column has some context to help you see things. It says things like shares or dollars, but you can always shrink it to make more room. It will try its best to display. Some types of alerts do not have any meaningful quality column. These alerts are really designed more to be used in a ticker. The useful information, if any, is in the description column. That's why the quality column is blank. There is an alert specific filter for these to help you control the rate to which these are coming. However, that number is not meaningful so it is never displayed. It is only used as a filter.