This weekend, we launched a revamped PR Newswire for Journalists site with a sleek new look and several new features that will make finding what you need even easier than before. You can read about those changes here: PR Newswire for Journalists Gets a Makeover.
The upgrade also included several enhancements to the ProfNet site for journalists that we think you’ll really like. I’ll break each one down over the course of this week. If you have any questions or feedback about any of the features, please drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saving Your Query Preferences
Via the Query Preferences tab, you can now set distribution preferences for all your queries, saving you time and effort.
For example, if you always cloak your queries, you can set that as your default preference for all future queries. When you go to submit a query, the cloaked option will already be checked off. The same goes for organization types and regions.
But don’t worry, you can always edit those options on the query you’re submitting. So if you’re working on a query that you don’t want cloaked, you can remove the cloaking option from that specific query, and it won’t affect your saved preferences.
To set your query preferences, log on to www.profnet.com and click on Query Preferences. Select your preferences, then scroll down and save. That’s it! Your preferences are now saved.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s entry: searching our experts database.
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