Help Topic: My citation alerts

Use this page to manage your citation alerts. Citation alerts are email alerts you can choose to receive telling you when an article you are interested in has been cited in another publication.

You have to be registered and to have logged in to get access to this page. Once you are logged in you will see the 'My Cambridge Journals Online' menu at the top left-hand side of all pages throughout the site. Click on 'My CJO links' and then on 'Citation Alerts'. This opens a new page listing all the articles for which you have chosen to receive citation alerts. (To set up a citation alert in the first place you need to go to either the article abstract or to the HTML version of the article for which you want to receive citation alerts. See 'Citation Alerts' Help for more information.)

'My Citation Alerts' gives you the option of changing the frequency with which you receive email alerts. The 'Alert Frequency' drop-down menu allows you to choose either weekly or monthly alerts. If you want to change the email address to which the alerts are sent, type the new address into the 'Email Address' box. If you want to suspend alerts temporarily for one or more articles, use the 'Turn Off Alert' check box next to the article(s) concerned. If you want to cancel one or more alerts altogether, use the 'Delete' check box.

When you have made the changes you require, click the 'Update' button at the bottom of the page. If you want to cancel the changes you have made, use the 'Reset' button.

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