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Learn how to schedule queries in Stripe Sigma that run on a recurring basis.

You can automate your Stripe Sigma queries by scheduling them to run on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Results for each scheduled query are sent via outlet order good selling for sale ShoetoeZ STPM1BLRD Sneakers Blue Casual Shoes free shipping outlet locations free shipping many kinds of XygJDlHvB
to specified team members or as webhook events .

Scheduling a query

With a query loaded into the editor, click Schedule . We recommend you uniquely name all your scheduled queries to avoid confusion. If your query doesn’t already have a name (or you wish to modify it), you can update it during the scheduling process.

Schedule

Each scheduled query can be run on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Queries run as soon as the data for that period is available.

Creators of scheduled queries are added as subscribers to email notifications by default. To notify other team members as well, enter their email addresses. Results sent via email include the name and date of the scheduled query, and a link to download the results in CSV format. To preview what the email looks like, click Preview email .

Preview email

You or your team members can stop receiving notifications at any time by clicking the Unsubscribe link in the email. You can also edit the scheduled query in the Dashboard and add or remove subscribers.

Unsubscribe

Based upon your chosen schedule, the timeline displays the date your query will next run, and the processing date of the data it will use (additional time is required to make your account data available to query).

Upcoming scheduled queries are displayed under Scheduled within the Queries tab. Schedules are grouped based on whether they were created by you or other members of your team.

Scheduled Queries

To edit a scheduled query, select it and click Edit schedule . To delete it, click ••• and select Delete .

Edit schedule Delete

If you make use of webhooks , you can receive notifications for scheduled queries as webhook events. Stripe sends the sigma.scheduled_query_run.created event each time a scheduled query is run. See below for a sample event.

The data.object.file.url subfield of the webhook payload contains the URL from which you can access the results file using your live secret API key . For example, if your server received the webhook below, it could download the results using this curl command:

using your live secret API key

For more on how to integrate webhooks, see our webhook documentation and especially the notes about testing .

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The contraceptive injection contains a progestogen hormone. It has been used since the 1960s and is used worldwide. It is very effective.

Contraceptive Injection

In this series Long-acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) Contraceptive Implant Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Intrauterine System (IUS)

The contraceptive injection contains a progestogen hormone called depo medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA). Progestogen hormones are very similar to a woman's own hormone called progesterone. Depo-Provera ® is the brandused most often and it is given every 12 weeks. Sayana Press ® is very similar to Depo-Provera®and also contains DMPA. Noristerat® is a brand which is rarely used. It is just used when very effective contraception is needed but only for a few months - for example, after a partner has had a vasectomy . The rest of this leaflet is about the injections that contain DMPA.

The contraceptive injection is sometimes called a LARC. This stands for long-acting reversible contraceptive . You can read about the other LARCs that contain progestogen in our separate leaflets called Contraceptive Implant and Intrauterine System . There is also a separate leaflet on the LARC which doesn't contain any hormone, called the Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (The Coil) .

With barely three months left until Election Day, Kapor—a veteran of many tech startups—knew that time was short for such an ambitious effort. “Coordination is going to be vital,” he emailed Edley on July 23, “and I know campaign time and attention is going to be very limited, so the sooner we can figure out what the ‘bridge’ is between campaign and transition with respect to online community, and whether it’s a footpath or a highway, the better. I am worried that as each day goes by without knowing anything about what we on the transition side might be building and how it does or does not connect, the deadline pressure to actually deliver on time gets worse and worse.”

A few weeks later, on August 18, Edley sent a progress report to John Podesta and the other two co-chairs of Obama’s transition board, Valerie Jarrett and Pete Rouse. “Campaign folks are joined at the hip with this effort (Rospars, Slaby, others),” Edley assured them. “The technical discussions about the software platform, etc., are moving quite well.” While he acknowledged that “the Senator” would ultimately have to sign off on the plan, Edley—confident that he was still channeling his old friend’s wishes—said he didn’t “see any particular hurry about it.” The candidate, he understood, had a few other things on his mind.

Edley attached the initial concept document for Movement 2.0. It outlined an audacious vision: to create “a new ‘home place’ for Obama supporters” that would be ready to go, the day after the election. The new entity would be closely aligned with Obama but independent of the party and his re-election campaign. “Think of it for now as AFO (Americans for Obama),” the memo declared, envisioning it as the “principal means for continuing the active participation of people in the Movement.” AFO would not simply whip up support for Obama’s legislative agenda—it would “gather the input to help shape it.” It would “be a place where Obama supporters can come together, affiliate and organize for change using cutting-edge online tools that will create and support a new and deeper form of civic engagement.”

Critically, the Movement 2.0 team envisioned AFO as a tax-exempt organization that would operate free of the Democratic National Committee. “Mitch and I argued that to make the movement ‘authentic’ and entrepreneurial,” Edley says, “it would have to be built outside of the DNC—which has institutional commitments and incumbent allegiances that will always be a fact of party life.” The team concluded by asking for permission to raise $250,000 to set up a staff infrastructure and develop the web site. The founding board would include Edley, Kapor, Alexander, and Podesta.

Podesta decided to circulate the concept document to higher-ups in the campaign. He asked Pete Rouse, Obama’s Senate chief of staff and key political consigliere, to forward the memo to Steve Hildebrand and Paul Tewes, partners in a political consulting firm who had risen to positions at the top of Obama’s organization. Hildebrand was the deputy national campaign manager, and Tewes, after directing Obama’s Iowa campaign, was now running the DNC on the candidate’s behalf. Podesta had a simple question for them about Edley’s plan: He wanted to “see if they care whether this goes forward to a planning stage.”

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