Our kids often ask what's in their school's menu. The school publishes a weekly menu typically at the end of the week - for the next week. They are not very consistent however. Sometimes they would publish on Friday afternoon. Sometimes on Sunday evening. You never know when. It looks like the person responsible for this task does it in their private time and it's hard to expect consistency.
So, each time they asked, I used to check the website and tell them if it's there or not. At some point I thought: it's a bit crazy to do this kind of repetitive task in the 21st century. Computers are all around us, doing more and more work for us.
What if I could have a computer check the lunch menu web page, and send me a message to my WhatsApp as soon as new menu is published?
As it turns out, that's easily doable with a web content monitoring solution like obzrv.it.
You just go to the website, enter your school's menu web page address, and select the menu on the web page, so the service knows
what to observe. You can also select notification delivery method (email, WhatsApp, Messenger) and checks frequency.
That's it. The service would keep checking the page for you, and let you know as soon as the content changes. You just saved a little bit of time, and also it's one small thing less to remember about in your busy and complex life!
Check out our blog for more examples of how our users benefit from observing different web pages
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