If you're getting a digest email with the news you “might have missed” from
SharePoint and want to know why one news post is being sent to you instead of another, we are going to explain it all.
Automating your newsletter with SharePoint News Digest is a great way to keep your organization informed. It allows you to create and manage newsletters quickly and easily, without the need for manual editing or additional coding.
You can use it to gather news from multiple sources such as RSS feeds, SharePoint lists, Twitter feeds, etc., then compile them into one digestible format that can be distributed via email or published on a website. The built-in analytics allow you to track who’s reading the newsletter and what content they find most interesting so you can tailor future digests accordingly. Plus, with its easy integration capabilities it can also help streamline other tasks like creating event reminders or generating reports.
Create and send a news digest
The SharePoint auto-news digest feature sends an automated email to users about the latest news posts that are relevant to them, but that they may not have viewed yet. If your organization is branded with theme colors and a logo, these will automatically show in your news digest.
You can leverage SharePoint to quickly create a great-looking newsletter template with a digest from multiple sources that keeps your target audience engaged: Save time on content sourcing with a pre-designed template. You'll have an up to date newsletter. Have an organization wide email campaign with ease.
On our current SharePoint portal, users can subscribe this way to list-based news so that they get a daily email with links to the news articles.