Source Monitoring

Learn about the supported source types, how to add a source, and organizing sources through filter results.

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Written by Whitney W.
Updated over a week ago

Add the sources of your choice to easily monitor and stay up to date with the latest content.

Source types

You can add different types of sources. These include: RSS feeds, Twitter users and Twitter lists.

If you wish to monitor a website that doesn’t have an RSS feed or you only want to monitor a specific section of the website, we can create a custom RSS feed. If you are interested in this option, please reach out to your account manager.

Add a source

To manage your sources, click here:

Then on Manage sources:

You will then be able to add the different sources of your choice:

Organize sources

The sources can be visible by all admins users by adding them in Shared sources, only by you in My sources or can be organized by topic page. You can also organize your sources by creating groups and by changing their order.

To create a group, simply click on Add a group. To move a source, drag and drop it by using the 3 lines.

Filter results

You can filter the results from your sources. To create a filter, click on the arrow and then New filter:

The filter set up is identical to the set up for queries in the Research Content:

Once your filter is created, you will be able to view the articles matching it. You can also see how many results are available for each sources:

For example, here there are 568 articles that match the Sustainability filter. There are 58 results from the Circular Online.

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