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New Feature: Stay informed with ATC Alerts!

About this post: ATC Alerts are your newest tool for staying on top of important updates and changes to planning and permit cases. Explore our guide to getting started and using alerts for Executive Directive (ED 1) projects.

Introducing ATC alerts–your newest tool for staying on top of important updates and changes to planning and permit cases! Whether it’s a new document added, a description update, a determination change, or a fresh permit application, ATC alerts have you covered. There’s no need to check for updates manually. You’ll receive email notifications whenever there’s a relevant change.

Ready to explore this new feature? Let’s dive into a quick overview.

Alerts: ED 1 Use Case

For customers keen on tracking Executive Directive 1 (ED 1) projects, especially those breaking ground or applying for permits, ATC Alerts will allow you to stay updated. Here’s a quick guide on how to leverage alerts for ED 1 addresses:

1. Prepare Your ATC Workspace: Begin by setting up your workspace, whether you’re creating a new project or utilizing an existing one. You can create a project in ATC by clicking on the drop-down menu at the top left corner of your ATC Dashboard.

2. Search for Addresses: Next, dive into your search for ED 1 projects. As an example, let’s focus on the ED 1 project located at 1250 W Jefferson Blvd.


3. Add Address to Your Project: Scroll down on the address page to locate the address. Next, click on the checkbox to the left of the address and click the “Add to Project” button.

4. Access Project View: Navigate to the top of the ATC Dashboard and click on “Project View”. Your saved address will be listed under the addresses tab for quick reference. 

5. Set Up Alerts: To receive real-time updates, toggle the “Alerts” button located to the left of the address you wish to track.

6. Stay Informed with Email Notifications: If there is a change or update to 1250 W Jefferson Blvd, you’ll receive an email notification with the new information. Click on the provided links within the email to directly access the relevant case, address, or projects on the ATC platform. See below.

With these straightforward steps, you can harness the full potential of ATC’s new alerts feature and ensure you’re staying ahead.

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