How can I receive timely (or more timely) notification of new content, blog entries, etc? What is the Content Subscription ("Subscribe") feature?
You might have noticed the word "Subscribe" shown as a link in blog posts and forum threads. If you click on this link, it gives you a number of options to choose from. Subscribing to content in this way will result in your receiving e-mail notification when various additions or changes are made in that thread, by that author, or in other ways, according to the options you choose. To manage your content subscriptions and preferences, click on "My Account" in the navigation bar and choose "My Content Subscriptions."
Here are some hints and tips on how to make the most of this feature:
- To receive every post Chris Martenson makes on the site, you will want to subscribe to content authored by Chris.
- The easiest way to do this is first find a post Chris has made on the site. Any post will do -- a blog entry, Martenson Report, etc.
- At the bottom of the post and above the start of the comments, you will see a "Subscribe" link. Click this link, and the screen will expand to show a table of options.
- In the options list, check "To posts by this author." Next, click the "Save" button.
- You will now receive an email notification when Chris has posted new content that he has written. By default, notifications are sent out once a day, so a notification may arrive hours after a post has been published. You can change this frequency by following the instructions below.
- You can also find more options under the "My Content Subscriptions" tab in your account. This area allows you to choose to receive emails after a comment is made on a particular post, be notified if someone comments on a post you have made, or receive messages if content has been recently updated or modified. You can also manually select a notification frequency for each subscription.
We hope these options will make it easier and more convenient for you to be aware of new content in a timely manner.