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New-Post Notifications

It's easy to get an alert whenever there is a new post on PhilSci-Archive, which you can schedule to have sent to you whenever you please. You can also customize your notifications, so that you are only notified of posts in a certain category or type.

Simple notifications through Feedburner

Signing up for daily notifications about new posts on PhilSci-Archive only takes a few seconds. Just click the "Email" link below, or whatever other subscription method you prefer, in order to receive daily alerts.


These notifications are provided by Google's Feedburner service.

More flexible notifications through PhilSci-Archive

PhilSci-Archive allows you to customize more aspects of your subscription, such as whether you wish to receive empty alerts, and whether you would like to receive alerts on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. To subscribe to all new posts, just follow these steps.

  • Login to PhilSci-Archive.
  • Follow this link to do a search for all new posts.
  • Click the "Save Search" link at the top of the resulting page to get email notifications, or the RSS (RSS feed icon) link at the top of the page if you prefer RSS notifications instead.

Customized Notifications

If you can search for something on PhilSci-Archive, then there is a subscription for it, either by email or by RSS.

PhilSci-Archive wants you to have maximum control over your notifications. So, we provide email and RSS notifications for everything available using our Advanced Search tool. Some options include notifications for posts on a certain subject (such as "biology" or "physics"), posts from a certain conference, or posts by a certain author.

Creating a customized notification is easy:

  • Login to PhilSci-Archive.
  • Advanced Search for papers that you are interested in.
  • Click the "Save Search" link at the top of the resulting page to get email notifications, or the RSS (RSS feed icon) link at the top of the page if you prefer RSS notifications instead.

If you have any problem setting up your notifications, contact PhilSci-Archive at philsci-archive@mail.pitt.edu