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A wildcard property is a naming convention that allows your organization to apply messages to more than one subdomain for the property. A wildcard property will use the wildcard character *. before the domain name of the property.

  Example: If a property was named *.example.com, your messages would also appear on subdomains for the property like news.example.com or sports.example.com.

  Note: The position of the wildcard is important. For example if the property was named *example.com, your messages would appear for properties with a name that includes and ends with 'example.com'.

Property names such as www.firstexample.com or news.secondexample.com are examples where messages will appear.

To add a wildcard property to your Sourcepoint account, click Properties on the left-hand panel and select Properties from the subsequent menu. 

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Click + Add New Property.

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Use the subsequent modal to give the property a name with the wildcard character *.. Additionally, select a type, and any optional property group. Click Save when finished.

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