New ways to keep in touch

New ways to keep in touch

  • By Robyn Lawrence
  •  February 29, 2012
  •  Tags:  Blogs & news How to

The Atlas has changed its methods for keeping you informed about significant developments.

  • We now have a means where you can receive email alerts about new blog posts on the website with a choice of frequencies. This replaces the previous quarterly e-newsletter.
  • We have an RSS feed that broadcasts all new blog posts.
  • We have a Twitter account that lets you follow incidental Atlas’ stories.

To view all blog updates, click here »

If you previously subscribed to receive the newsletter, we have created an Atlas account for you to receive Atlas blog posts on a monthly basis. You can opt out altogether or change the frequency!

If you wish to have your account deleted and receive no blog post email notifications, please email info@ala.org.au

How to set your blog email alerts

MyProfile & Login in the header

MyProfile & Login in the header

Click the My profile link in the header, then Manage email alerts about new items added to the Atlas. (See images below).

(If you have not logged in you will be initially redirected to the Login page, where you will need to type your registered email and password).

Users without a pre-existing Atlas account

For those of you who asked to receive a newsletter (generally prior to April 2011), but did not have a pre-existing Atlas account – we have created a default account for you – to receive monthly blog posting updates from the Atlas.

Read about details of your default account and resetting your password »

Subscribe to newsletter

Click to see Full Edit Profile

Users with a pre-existing Atlas account

If you had asked to subscribe to the Newsletter in your My Profile, then we’ve changed your account to receive monthly blog posting update alerts from the Atlas.

If you did NOT subscribe to the Newsletter, then we have not set any alerts. However, you might consider signing up for them.

Email Alerts

It is as simple as clicking on Manage email alerts, choosing the frequency in the pull down list and clicking on the alert buttons you require to ‘Enabled’ or ‘Disabled’.

Email alerts

Email alerts - more than just blog posting alerts

Email Alerts change the frequency

Email Alerts change the frequency by the pull down frequency list

Email alerts disable

Email alerts are disabled by clicking on the disable button