How Do I Create eTOC Alerts?
ElectronicTable of Contents (eTOC) Alerts are an easy way to manage your online collections, and they ensure that you will never miss a new issue of your selected titles. Alerts are sent to users as soon as content is uploaded to HeinOnline.
Watch a brief tutorial on how to set up eTOC alerts or see below for a detailed explanation.
Simply create a MyHein account and navigate to the desired title using the A-Z index from the top of a collection homepage:
Click the title, then choose Create eTOC Alert from the resulting screen:
This will save the eTOC alert to your MyHein account, and you will receive an e-mail containing the table of contents of all new issues added to the selected title, along with links to each article.
Users can also add additional email addresses to receive alerts. From your MyHein account, click on the plus sign to Add notes to the entry.
From here, add the additional email address and click Enter Note.
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