Setting Up Personal Notifications

You can turn personal e-mail notifications on/off, provided that the Comindware administrator has configured the outgoing e-mail server settings. You can enable/disable auto following as well.

These settings can be changed from your profile.

To open your profile settings:

1. Click the Menu tab and go to the Your Profile page, or click your Comindware profile name in the header and then click Profile Settings.

2. Choose an action you want to perform: change a password or set up e-mail notifications.

Customizing your profile

Reducing the number of auto follow e-mails

If a task has been assigned to you or you make any changes to a task, you will be added to the followers list of this task automatically. To enable auto following, clear the Disable auto follow check box (selected by default).

Disabling e-mail notifications

You may not want to receive e-mail notifications when each of your tasks has changed. In this case, select the option Turn off e-mail notifications (cleared by default).

Adding a due date reminder

If you want to be notified daily about your soon due and overdue tasks, select the Start receiving daily notifications when a task is about to expire in check box and select the number of days.

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