NFTs have taken the crypto world by storm and are a great investment avenue for those well-versed with the whole concept of blockchain and cryptocurrency. And even if you’re not, there are several NFT marketplaces around that have simplified the process.
Opensea is one of the most popular NFT marketplaces, with many popular collections and creators selling NFTs in multiple different formats, including images, artwork, 3D designs and even GIFs.
Opensea also allows biddings for NFTs. When you’re busy competing for an NFT, getting instant alerts from the platform is a must. In this article, we’re looking at how to get Opensea listing alerts and all other types of notifications on Opensea.
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Opensea allows certain notifications that you can enable from your account settings. Just follow these steps:
Step 1: Head over to Opensea, log in to your account and click on the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Head over to the Notifications tab.
Step 3: Now, you can manage Opensea notifications. You can change notification settings for the following.
- Sold Items
- Bid Activity
- Price Changes
- Expiring Auctions
- Getting Outbid
- Owned Item Updates
- Successful Purchases
- Newsletter Updates
You can also set a notification alert for bids over or equal to a certain amount under the Minimum Bid Threshold field.
Step 4: Click Save when you’re done.
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How to get Opensea listing alerts?
While there isn’t any specific way to get alerts for listings or collections on the platform, you can add collections to your watchlist and be notified of any changes as and when they happen.
To add a collection to your watchlist, just visit the collection page and click the Add to watchlist button. After this, everytime a change is made to said collection, you’ll receive a notification.
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