Creating A Static Link for Your Classic Newsletter

Learn to share your Newsletter via a URL address.

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Written by Cheyenne V.
Updated over a week ago

Creating a static URL link for your newsletter distributions can allow you and your readers to access the most recent newsletter using the same URL.

This can enable you to distribute the latest newsletter in more ways than just email. It could include saving the URL link as a bookmarked page, a tile on your smartphone, or a button to your intranet—the options are endless.

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Creating the URL Link

Your Company ID and Newsletter ID are unique identifiers within Meltwater and are not immediately known or obvious. Please follow the below steps to uncover both values.

The easiest way to find the company ID is to view the link to an existing distribution of a newsletter.

  1. Click Newsletters in the left-hand navigation bar

  2. Select the name of your newsletter to open the list of distributions

  3. Hover over a distribution, select the kebab menu

  4. Select View Newsletter

  5. Select Get Link in the top right-hand corner

  6. The company ID is a series of letters and numbers that show up after the "http://app.meltwater.com/api/public/newsletters/" portion of the link.

To identify the newsletter ID:

  1. Select Newsletters in the left-hand navigation bar

  2. Select the name of your newsletter to open the list of distributions

  3. Go to the URL address bar, copy the series of numbers (highlighted in blue below) and letters in the browser link after the "https://app.meltwater.com/outputs/newsletter/" portion of the newsletter.

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Once you have both these identifiers, you should be able to create a URL that will take newsletter recipients to the latest distribution available.


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