How to use email notifications
There are lots of useful email notifications on Sitechecker. For example, you can get an email alert when any page on your website becomes broken or your robots.txt file is changed. Below we will share a few tips and tricks on how to get the most out of them.
Setting up your email notifications
First, we suggest choosing which email notifications you’d like to receive. You can set up your email notifications in the proper tab on your Account Settings.
Above the alert types, you can check whether your email address has been verified. If your email has not been confirmed, you will see a button to resend a verification email. You won’t receive any product notifications if your email has not been verified.
There are four columns with different types of notifications. Let’s briefly check them:
1 Site Audit
There is only one email alert from Site Audit — a notification when recrawl has finished. It comes in handy when you recrawl websites often, or a website is big, and crawling time might take up to five minutes.
2 Site Monitoring
There are a few email notifications from Site Monitoring.
The first one is a digest with a summary of your website changes.
It’s sent when at least one change has occurred. So, you won’t receive it daily.
Other notifications are triggered email alerts when some critical change occurs on your website:
- some pages become broken
- indexed pages become non-indexed
- robots.txt is changed
A few more alerts are being tested now and might be sent to your account:
- when robots.txt is deleted
- when pages become orphaned
- when your website is down
3 Rank Tracker daily digest
With a daily digest, you get a quick summary of the top ten keywords that have moved UP or DOWN. It’s sent only for projects with more than five keywords added.
We suggest enabling the daily digest from Rank Tracker only for your most important projects which need your daily attention.
4 Rank Tracker weekly rankings insights
With weekly rankings insights, you get a summary of keywords with the greatest changes and with the greatest potential. It’s not a digest, but rather a list of keywords we suggest you check and focus on.
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