Manage Email Notifications

You can choose to receive email notifications for Sites in Calibre. To manage your notification preferences go to Profile → Email Notifications.

Insights Report

Calibre automatically generates a report called Insights for each site you track. Insights is delivered to your email weekly (on Mondays), or monthly (first day of the month), or both.

Insights is available on all account tiers at no additional cost. To enable the report, sign in to your account and navigate to email notifications (found in the top-right dropdown menu). Each member of your team will have to turn the report on separately to start receiving it.

The first email will arrive on the following Monday or at the start of the next month.

Budget Alerts

Calibre will notify you when a performance budget is exceeded, met or at risk of being exceeded. When creating a new Budget, you will receive an email showcasing the current Budget status. Consequently, you will receive an email depending on the selected frequency of notifications:

  • Receive notifications when there’s a sustained change to the Budget status: You will receive a notification each time there is a persistent change to the overall Budget status. This is useful if you would like to ensure changes in metrics are persisting in the long term instead of observing natural monitoring fluctuations. It will produce fewer notifications but might delay noticing regressions depending on how often tests are run (the more frequent tests are, the faster you will see a notification).
  • Receive notifications when any Page changes status: You will receive a notification each time a single Page and Test Profile combination changes status. This is useful if you would like to be notified straight away. It might increase the number of notifications and decrease the accuracy since metrics naturally fluctuate.

Anyone with a Calibre account can subscribe to receive Budget alerts for selected Sites.

There are three types of Budget alert emails:

  • Budget is exceeded
  • Budget is met
  • Budget is at risk

Each email showcases the following information:

  • Site tested
  • Test location
  • Budgeted value
  • Number of Pages affected
  • List of Pages with their metric scoring and Test Profiles they were tested with