How do I manage my email alerts?

Email alerts play a key part in keeping up-to-date with the latest news and analysis on your stocks or funds. The email alert settings help ensure you receive only the alerts you are interested in.

 

Email alert settings on the desktop can be found by clicking on the profile icon in the top right corner of the screen and selecting “Email Alerts”.

From there, you may choose to edit Stock, Author, Newsletter or Portfolio Digest alerts. 

1. Stock Alerts: Select the portfolio in the top left corner, or leave the default selection to make changes to all portfolios.

    • You can choose between Email alerts and Mobile push notifications as well as filter by Articles from our contributors or Seeking Alpha News by ticking the corresponding box under Email / Mobile and Articles / News.
    • To turn off all alerts for a specific stock, simply untick the corresponding box directly under Email / Mobile and Articles / News.

    Tip: If you are going on vacation and don’t want to receive any email alerts while away, you can untick the top four boxes under Email, Mobile, Articles and News. This will suspend all stock alerts from being sent. You can do the same with Author Alerts as well. When you return from your vacation, just tick all the boxes again to re-enable the alerts.

    2. Author Alerts: Enable Email or Mobile push alerts for the desired author by ticking the corresponding boxes.

      3. Newsletters: Enable email alerts for the desired Newsletter by clicking the black Subscribe button. To disable them, click on the white Subscribed button.

      4. Portfolio Digests provide a convenient daily summary of stock news directly to your inbox, per portfolio. These summaries are specially suited for subscribers looking to stay on top of their portfolio news and keep the number of emails they receive from Seeking Alpha to a minimum.

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