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Create Custom Notifications as a Partner

You can create custom email notifications that will alert you when a specific event occurs. Learn how to set up and customize these notifications.

View existing custom notifications

  1. From the left navigation bar, select [Notifications] to view your notifications.

  2. In the upper-right corner of the notification panel, select [Settings] to edit notification settings.

  3. From the top navigation bar on the Notifications Frequency Settings screen, select Custom Notifications. You'll see a table with any currently existing notifications.

  4. To modify a notification, hover over the table entry and select [More] at the end of the row. For more information on the modification options, see the Options reference below.

    Options reference




    Modify the notification's Notification Details, Notification Rules, or Sharing settings.


    Select this option to receive (or stop receiving) this notification.


    Select this option to disable (or enable) this notification.


    Once a notification is deactivated, you can select this option to delete it.

Create a custom notification
  1. From the left navigation bar, select [Notifications] [Settings] .

  2. From the top navigation bar on the Notifications Frequency Settings screen, select Custom Notifications.

  3. On the Custom Notifications screen, select Create New in the upper-right corner.

    • You can choose between creating a Fraud notification or a Performance notification.

  4. Choose the account the notification should apply to, then add a Notification Name and Description.

    • These will appear when you receive the notification.

  5. Add Notification Rules.

  6. Optionally, select [Checked box] Make Public if you want other account members to also access the notification.

  7. Select Save to complete the creation process.

Example custom notification

Here's a quick example of a custom notification to get you started!

Scenario: Wile E. Coyote wants to receive an email notification whenever customer clicks amount to less than 10,000 in 7 consecutive days, in addition to whenever actions amount to less than 1000 in 7 consecutive days. The notification should prompt him to contact his marketing team so that they can optimize their digital asset spend.

We suggest that he create a Performance notification using the following configurations:

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