Introducing Travel Alert Summaries

Written by Adam

March 16, 2014

Business | Safety | Travel

Introducing Travel Alert Summaries

Now you have an easy and convenient way to stay on top of travel health and safety news! Don’t worry about checking Healthmap, CDC, WHO, or other news sites every day. Summary emails of travel alerts are now sent directly to your inbox daily or weekly!

Today, we’re happy to announce the launch of Travel Alert Summaries. You now have the option to receive an email every morning summarizing the previous day’s travel alerts.

Over the past week, we have been testing this feature with several companies. They tell us that they absolutely love the summary emails which have helped them to stay informed about travel health and safety news without having to constantly monitor multiple news sources themselves.

Travel alert summaries provide an easy way for a travel professional to monitor world-wide health and safety news.

In your user account settings, you can choose to receive the summaries on a daily or weekly basis. We have already enabled them for you, but you can also disable them completely if you don’t want to use this feature.

If you don’t yet have a professional account with us, feel free to have a look at what else we can offer.

If you love this new feature or have some suggestions for improvements, let us know by leaving a message in the comments. We’d love to hear from you as we strive to better serve travel health professionals worldwide.

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