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To keep track of the trusts you are most interested in, you can save trusts to your watch list if you are a fully registered user (we explain how to register later on in this article).
Once you've added a fund to your watchlist, you can choose how often you want to be alerted to new research; you can opt for simultaneous alerts which appear as soon as any research is published, or bundle your alerts into a single email which will be sent once a week or less - depending on how often your funds are mentioned.
You can do several things with your watchlist. Firstly, you can view our most recent research on the trust you are following.
You can also read all the thematic research we have featured the trust in via this page too, to get some colour about how the trust fits into its sector.
To save a fund to your watchlist, simply click the ‘add to watchlist’ button at the top of any fund profile.
Access your watchlist
To access your watchlist, click the person icon on the top right-hand side of any screen on Kepler Trust Intelligence.
This is what the watchlist looks like when you access it. Click 'view' in the research history column to see every note we've written on the trust, or 'Related thematic research' to see any articles wherein we've mentioned the trust:
How to register
To register as a full user of Kepler Trust Intelligence, simply click 'create a free account' after telling us what sort of investor you are and give us your email address - we will not send you emails unless you opt in.