Conal Conference Alerts

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Managing your Conal subscriber account

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Conal has two types of accounts: a subscriber account and an organizer account.

If you want to receive alerts about events, you need a subscriber account.

If you want to add an event to Conal listings, or promote an event, you need an organizer account.

Today, we are dealing with Conal Subscriber accounts.

To subscribe to receive event information in your areas of interest from Conal, please visit:

http://www.conferencealerts.com

and click on subscribe. You will begin receiving event information after you have confirmed your subscription. There is no charge for subscribing to Conal Conference Alerts. 

During the subscribe process, you will be asked to add keywords to your subscriber profile which describe the topics in which you are interested. You will also be asked to choose the countries which you would like to visit to attend events, and several other parameters will also have to be set.

You are free to edit your areas of interest as many times as you like by logging in to your subscriber profile. Please edit this until you receive the sorts of events in which you are interested.

You can also change your personal details, including your email address, by logging in to your subscriber profile.

You can choose not to receive emails from us, but view your event preferences online here too (you may like to switch off emails while you are on holiday, for example).

You are also free to unsubscribe from Conal at any time.

For any questions or concerns about subscribing, please contact the Conal team at alerts@conferencealerts.com

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