We recommend you setting up our Browser Extension to streamline the process.
Same procedure as described below, but as a no-comment video.
You can visit our Use Cases page for some inspiration
If you have some custom filtering or sorting applied on the page, for example "Newest" or "Most popular", page may or may not expose it in the address. An easy way to check that it's done is by copying complete page address and pasting it in the new Incognito Tab. If the content stays in place as on the original page, Wutch will be able to capture those filters 👌
Here's what you'd select if you were subscribing to latest feature suggestion for Wutch
It will open a new tab with a new Wutch screen, pre-configured with the page and selector you've just chosen
You will later see this name in change notifications to help you distinguish between the updates.
In general, you won't need to make any tweaks to these values. However, if you've got hands-on Web Development experience, you may absolutely tweak these to your liking.
Check out our Channel docs for more information on creating new notification channels
Wutch is running these tests to verify it's able to access the required value and measure the approximate time it takes to load and process the page. The smaller and leaner the page - the less time will be needed. The less time will be needed - the more Wutches could be run within your current plan limits.
If Wutch found different values when running these separate checks, for example because the values change very frequently, it'll display all the extracted values. You can also see how much on average it took Wutch to load and process the page. In general it should be on par or faster than doing it from your computer, because Wutch runs in the ☁️ clouds ☁️, right where most websites live.
Check frequency can always be tweaked later, on a Wutch Details page.
It will schedule the very first check as soon as possible, typically within a couple of minutes. You'll be able to observe it right in the Wutches List.