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Here is a reminder on how to subscribe.

Initially, a pop-up will appear when a user visits one of the Rekord websites.

Readers can follow the step-by-step process on this pop-up in order to sign-up to the newsletter.

Community news will then be delivered straight to your mailbox.

The newsletter will be automatically populated with stories that are trending at the time it is sent.

Here is how you can subscribe to the newsletter on your Desktop:

Once you enter the Rekord website a pop-up box like below will appear. You will also see on your right hand side SELECT your titles. You will choose which area(s) newsletter you would like to receive.

Then you fill in your details as required in the box. Remember to tick the “I am not a robot” box.

You will then click on subscribe afterwards. A ‘thank you’ message will immediately appear.

A verification email will be sent and received shortly after the you clicked ‘Subscribe’.

Once you clicks on ‘confirm’ or ‘confirm all’ you will be taken to a webpage which displays a personalised message like below.

This is how your subscribe to the newsletter on your Mobile:

The subscription process is the same via mobile, however, you will not receive a pop-up when landing on the site.

Instead, a permanent sticky banner will be placed on the mobile sites which can be opened and closed at any time.  The mobile version of the flow described above can be seen below.

The mobile version of the Newsletter signup is less invasive but equally as visible.

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