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EurActiv Alert : EurActiv redesigns its email newsletters, all still free!

Redesigned Daily, Weekly & Section Digests | Daily update sent @8am | Introducing 'As it Happens' Alerts | All still for free!
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EurActiv Alert
Dear EurActiv reader,

Over the past few months, we’ve entirely rethought the way we design and send our newsletters.

Here are the main things you need to know:
From Monday 21 September, our flagship product, the Daily Update, will now come out earlier, at 8.00am.
We’ve become fully mobile, so you can read us easily in the bus, tram or metro.
Endless or repetitive e-mails are over. From now on, we will only serve you fresh content that you have not received before.  
For those who need fast delivery, we’re introducing e-mail alerts, sent immediately after an article is published. Just select the policy areas you’re interested in and the alerts will start coming in.
personal dashboard allows you to easily subscribe and unsubscribe to all our newsletters and alerts, whether in English, French or German. To access your dashboard, all you need is your e-mail address.
The good news for existing subscribers is you don’t need to do anything, all your subscriptions remain in place.
Oh, and one last thing...
EurActiv's newsletters remain entirely free of charge 
so you won’t have to spend a single euro to access all EurActiv’s content!
We continue to ask for your feedback. This launch today is not the end of the journey. We have much more in stock for you in the months and years ahead.

Yours truly,

The EurActiv team | | | | | | | | | | | | |
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