Editing an Alert
Adjust how often your Alert is delivered, content to include and more.
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Written by Nick Lemen
Updated over a week ago

Adjust your Alerts if you’re receiving irrelevant results (or no results at all). If you’re receiving irrelevant results from your Alerts, you may want to revisit your keywords and/or filters applied. If you aren’t receiving many (or any) results from your Alerts, you may want to expand the number of keywords included to capture more content.

  1. Navigate to your Alerts

  2. Select your Alert to edit

  3. Add or remove terms in the Terms to monitor text box

  4. Add or remove Filters

  5. Click Save

Want to learn how to configure an alert? Visit this article.

View the video below to learn how to edit your alerts

Adjusting your Alert email frequency

Alerts allow you to choose the specific days, time of day and frequency to receive an Alert email for your coverage. To adjust your Alert sending frequency:

  1. Navigate to your Alerts under Monitoring

  2. Select an Alert

  3. Select your desired days to receive Alert emails

  4. Choose your desired frequency (note that "Multiple times per day" will send Alerts in as real-time as possible as articles are being published)

  5. Select your desired sending time(s)

  6. Click Save

Specify where content must appear

When creating or editing alerts, you can choose where relevant content must appear.

Under General Settings > Articles and tweets > "Content must appear in", you will find the following options:

  • Tweets enable alerts for keyword mentions in journalist tweets.

  • Article shares enable alerts to track specific coverage linked in journalist tweets.

  • Articles enable alerts for mentions of coverage mentioning the keywords.

  • Headlines restricts alerts to include only articles which include your specified keywords in headlines.

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