What is a website change alert?

A website change alert is a notification that is sent when there is a change to a website's content, layout or functionality. These alerts can be sent via email, or webhook notification and they can be triggered by a scheduled check. Website change alerts are useful for website owners, developers, marketers, and other stakeholders who need to be informed of changes to a website as soon as they happen.

Website change alerts can be set up using Add Screenshot's website monitoring tool, which periodically check the website for changes and send notifications when changes are detected. The website monitoring tool can also be configured to check specific parts of a website, such as a specific page or a specific element on a page, for changes.

Website change alerts can be used for a variety of purposes such as monitoring website's uptime, tracking changes to a website's design and functionality, tracking changes to a website's content for SEO purposes, or for tracking changes made by a competitor.

Additionally, website change alerts can be used to detect potential security threats or vulnerabilities, such as unauthorized changes to a website's code or the appearance of malicious content on a website.

It is important to note that some websites may have restrictions on how their content can be monitored or used, and it's important to respect the website's terms of service and any legal restrictions that may apply.