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I have heard about the weekly newsletter. How do I subscribe?

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marked as duplicate by animuson May 20 '15 at 14:43

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This question is motivated by the fact there is nothing at all in the common FAQ's or the FAQ for StackExchange Sites about newsletters. Also because it is genuinely hard to find the subscribe button. See related question and a similar, but different, request. – Oddthinking Feb 8 '12 at 12:47
Daniel: Yes, but I realised 30 minutes ago I wasn't subscribed, even though I am a mod! I tried to rectify that, and realised that despite being very familiar with the site, I had no idea how to do it! That was embarrassing enough, but being unable to find it in any of the FAQs made it worse. – Oddthinking Feb 8 '12 at 12:57

You can get at newsletter subscriptions three different ways.

User Edit Page

Click on your username at the top of the page to go to your user profile page. From there, click Edit to see the option to subscribe to the current site's newsletter.

User Edit page excerpt

Master StackExchange list

Via your Network Profile page, you can click on Newsletters.

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That will take you to the Newsletters page where you can see all the possible newsletters, and to which ones you subscribe.

Sidebar Ads

Sometimes, the adverts on the sidebar on the right of the question pages will show an advert that can be clicked on.

Advert for newsletter

[Hat tip to @KevinMontrose for his answer to a similar question.]

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I never would have thought to have gone to my profile to subscribe to the site. And had I looked there, I never would have thought to edit my profile. Neither would I have thought to go to my network profile to subscribe to the newsletter for the specific site that I was just on. Subscribing to the newsletter is something that I change about the site (like favoriting a tag), not changing something about me. – Randy Orrison Sep 30 '14 at 6:46

Here is a page where you can get list of all sites you can subscribe to

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