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I am trying to add alerts for multiple people in Share Point 2010. When I add an alert for myself it works but it does not work when I add other people.
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All of the links provided ahows how to create alerts, which I know how to do. I need help setting alerts for multiple people.
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Alerts are supposed to be used by the individual to create alerts that they want.  If you are trying to sent an alert or notification to a group, you should use a workflow to alert the appropriate group.

To do what you are suggesting, you would have to log in as the individual to set up their alert.

As an example:
You can create a workflow on a document library to send an email notification when documents are updated or created.
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