MyNature profile alerts & notifications

The Alerts and notifications settings allows users to sign up and manage the journals they receive E-alerts for. Account holders can also review and change the marketing communication preferences.

 

To manage your E-Alert settings

1) ensure you are logged into your Nature Account and select “Manage account” from the Account drop down on the Nature homepage.


A screenshot of the Nature.com web page with Account button drop down options engaged. Selectable options: Your Research, Manage account, Subscriptions and purchases and Log out


2) Select Alerts and notifications

 

A screenshot of the Alerts and Notifications settings page for E-alerts and marketing preferences.

 

3) Select E-alerts for Nature.com (including journal alerts and newsletters

 

This will direct you to a list of our journals filtered by scientific field, along with recommended alerts based on the type of account you have and Newsletter or Communities notifications.

 

A screenshot of the accounts available Alerts page with recommended research alerts, Journals grouped by topics to select individual titles, available newsletters and Communities notifications.

 

Alerts page with recommended research alerts, Journals grouped by topics to select individual titles, available newsletters and Communities notifications.

4) Use the drop down button of the field of interest in order to select the titles you wish to add to your E-Alerts.


A screenshot of the journal groups with the Chemistry drop down engaged, revealing titles such as Communications Chemistry, Nature Catalysis and Nature Chemistry that can be selected with a tick box.


5) Select the journal e-alert by clicking on the tick box adjacent to the journal title. These can be amended at anytime.


A screenshot of the journal groups with the Chemistry drop down engaged, revealing titles with selected tick boxes for Nature Chemistry and Nature Chemical Biology used as an example for choosing alerts.

 

6) Select Save to complete the changes.

 

To manage your marketing communication preferences

 1) Select Opt in/ out of product information, special offers and third party promotions on Nature.com

 

A screenshot of the Alerts and Notifications settings page for E-alerts and marketing preferences.

 

This will direct you to the professional information form to enter details that generate the recommended E-Alerts. The required details to use the recommended e-alerts feature are; Affiliation/ Employer, Location, Job title, Industry and Area of interest. Additional fields Specialties and Other Specialties may also be entered if available.


2) Apply your details accordingly to the form


A screenshot of the professional information form.


3) Select “Opt-in to receive updates on our new journal launches and other engaging content” to be sent product information and special offers. 


4) Select “Receive occasional updates from our partners on products of services that may be of interest to you.” If you would like to be sent Third party promotions. 

A screenshot of the Product information & Special offers opt in tick box and Third party promotions opt in tick box.


5) Then select Save which will update your account or Cancel if you change your mind. 

 

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If you have unsubscribed from any alerts and are still receiving them, please submit a query to our Online Service team via our online webformPlease attach a copy of the most recent email alert you have received which will enable us to resolve the matter for you as quickly as possible. If you would rather email or phone us, please see our contact information.

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