Brightspot CMS User Guide

Conditions for sending notifications

A subscription’s content filter is a set of criteria Brightspot applies to an event. If the event satisfies the criteria, Brightspot sends a notification. You can have a subscription with multiple content filters as illustrated in the following example.

Multiple content types Multiple content types

Referring to the previous example, Brightspot sends notifications when any of the following conditions are true:

  • An editor publishes an article or gallery to the site Inspire Confidence.
  • An event occurred on an asset you are watching.
  • An editor publishes an audio or video to the site Inspire Innovation.

One of the content filters you can select when creating a subscription is Match All. In this case, Brightspot checks that all of the conditions in the content filter are satisfied before sending a notification.

Multiple all content types Multiple all content types

Referring to the previous illustration, Brightspot sends a notification when all of the following are true:

  • The editor is watching the asset.
  • The asset is published simultaneously to the sites Inspire Confidence and Inspire Innovation.
  • The asset is an article.
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