Trendline liquidity shares a similar concept. Put simply, liquidity resides behind any noticeable level. Trendlines represent a neat alignment of highs or lows, fashioned into a line. There are multiple highs that need to be surpassed. The more clear-cut the trendline, the larger the liquidity pool.
The SMC Indicator plots Trendline Liquidity for you on autopilot. Let me show you how to enable this:
To enable the trendline liquidity feature simply head over to the indicator settings.
When you are inside the SMC settings - locate the trendline liquidity section, make sure to check the Trendline Liquidity (TLL) box.
Mitigation means that price already took out the liquidity. When you have "Remove Mitigated" enabled you won't see any trend lines that are already been induced. When you disable the feature it will show historical trendline liquidity levels.
This feature comes with a Higher Timeframe option. This allows you to see higher timeframe trendline liquidity levels. Simply select the timeframe you want to see with the dropdown and voila!