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Post by Maitray Patel (Mayo AZ) on May 5, 2018 15:22:33 GMT -8
Once you have set up an account, you can change the settings very easily on the forum to send you an email alert whenever someone makes a post to the forum. You can elect to have this sent to you instantly, daily, or weekly. I have done this for me and it's super useful to stay connected on the latest discussion(s). That way you don't feel like you need to check back all the time to see if there's any new posts.
Go to the following:
Profile --> Notifications --> Edit Profile --> Notifications --> Under both "New Thread" and "New Post" change the email dropdown selector to "instant" (or "daily" or "weekly" if you prefer)
Post by Maitray Patel (Mayo AZ) on Dec 20, 2018 9:27:56 GMT -8
If you want to have “Board specific” notifications, then do the following:
1. Go to the Board you want to have notifications from that are different than your global notification (i.e., you globally don’t have notifications turned on but you want them on for one board—like a committee board that you are on; alternatively, you have turned on notifications globally but you don’t want them on for one board—like Fetal/OB) 2. Just under the blue banner that has the title of the board, you will see a drop down menu called “Actions”—click on it. 3. Click on “Notification options” 4. Change your notification settings as you desire. I would suggest that these be as follows:
New Thread: Email set to “instant”
New Post: Email set to “instant”
Like—whatever you prefer
Quote—whatever you prefer
Tag—whatever you prefer
Again, these Board-level notifications can be set to be different than your global notifications (what you’ve set up as default for the site—see the first post in this thread for detail as to how to set up your global notifications).