Watchlist News


The Watchlist News page contains all articles relating to the companies you are following in a specific watchlist.




Watchlist Companies and Traffic Lights

All companies in a watchlist (shown to the left of the page beneath the watchlist name) will have a traffic light next to them. This is designed to show you how much news is currently available for each company. If the light is green then there’s lots of news, amber will signify a steady stream of news and red will mean that there have been no articles within the last 30 days.

To view news, data and other information for an individual company in your watchlist, click on them in this list.


Filtering and Sorting News

At the top of your newsfeed there are three tabs, which allow you to sort or filter your newsfeed based on specified criteria. Clicking on each of these tabs will expand on them below, allowing you to choose how the newsfeed is sorted (based on relevance, date published, or matching triggers), apply filters from our list of topics (see this article for more information) or view the most common topics in the Topic Cloud.

Artesian will hold news for up to 60 days before it is removed. By default your newsfeeds will only include articles from the past 30 days, but this can be changed by selecting one of the date options within the "Sort Options" tab.


Relevance, Triggers and Similar Articles

Relevance is shown next to the date above an article in the form of a signal bar. The more complete the signal bar, the more relevant we have deemed this article to be to the company.

In addition to relevance, Artesian highlights important news and colour codes it by trigger type. Triggers allow you to spot opportunities or risks in your accounts and take prompt action. 

We will also identify if there are several stories which are similar. To view these, simply click on 'Read more stories about this..." and they will be revealed.





When hovering your mouse over an article, you will notice that six buttons appear. These buttons allow you to share or take action on an article. You can:

  • Copy the Link
  • Bookmark it
  • Share it on Twitter and/or LinkedIn
  • Add it your calendar
  • Email it to a colleague or customer
  • See why you have been shown this article by selecting the ‘Why This’ option

Click here to see more on the actions you can take on an article.

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