how to control automated email alerts

how to control automated email alerts

Posted by Phil Yates on May 14, 2014 1:25 pm

Being a member of MyRSC you have the ability to control exactly what sort of automated email alerts you receive from the site.
To access your settings, please do the following:
1) Click on 'My Account' (this tab is above your profile picture on the MyRSC home page)
2) Then click on the 'notification' tab which will take you to the page which shows you your notification settings for the site as a whole.
For example- if you 'untick' the box next to 'email me when I'm invited or activity happens in a group that I'm a member of' then you will not get any automated emails from any of your groups on MyRSC, regardless of what your settings may be within those groups.
Please remember to save your changes before you leave this page.

If you are a member of one or more groups on MyRSC, you can also choose what automated alerts you receive from each group you are a member of.
To alter these alerts, click on 'settings' in the 'Groups Navigation' section on the left hand side of your group homepage. Here you will see that you can turn your own personal settings on or off for the various alerts that have been selected for your group. Changing these settings here will only affect you and no-one else in your group.

regards
phil

Re: how to control automated email alerts

Posted by Ella Mistle on Nov 23, 2016 3:33 pm

Thank you, Phill! This helped me.

Re: how to control automated email alerts

Posted by Jackie Daniel on Nov 13, 2020 4:41 am

Phil Yates:
Being a member of MyRSC you have the ability to control exactly what sort of automated email alerts you receive from the site.
To access your settings, please do the following:
1) Click on 'My Account' (this tab is above your profile picture on the MyRSC home page)
2) Then click on the 'notification' tab which will take you to the page which shows you your notification settings for the site as a whole.
For example- if you 'untick' the box next to 'email me when I'm invited or activity happens in a group that I'm a member of' then you will not get any automated emails from any of your groups on MyRSC, regardless of what your settings may be within those groups.
Please remember to save your changes before you leave this page.

If you are a member of one or more groups on MyRSC, you can also choose what automated alerts you receive from each group you are a member of.
To alter these alerts, click on 'settings' in the 'Groups Navigation' section on the left hand side of your group homepage. Here you will see that you can turn your own personal settings on or off for the various alerts that have been selected for your group. Changing these settings here will only affect you and no-one else in your group.

regards
phil

Hi Phil, 

This helped me a lot. Thanks heaps, I was so tired of my automated email alerts. 

you a gem!

 

Re: how to control automated email alerts

Posted by Bertie Anderson on Oct 29, 2021 9:30 am

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. it is a hypertext markup language used to create web pages. it is written as an HTML element. hyperlinks refer to a series of connections on a page to another page. markup language means tags are used to define the layout of the page and the elements on the pages. its main focus is on how to display information on web pages, that is, web pages like https://stripo.email/templates/ are written using HTML code. HTML document is interpreted and displayed by web browsers. some famous web browsers.

Re: how to control automated email alerts

Posted by Anderson Dan on Jul 6, 2022 2:56 pm

The most great sign of Examsleader's 220-1101 dumps practice test questions addresses is that they have been arranged by the CompTIA business specialists who have profound openness of the genuine A+ test necessities. Our specialists are additionally acquainted with the CompTIA A+ Certification Exam: Core 1 test takers' necessities.

When you complete the fundamental groundwork for CompTIA A+ Certification Exam: Core 1 test, you want to amend the CompTIA prospectus and ensure that you can answer genuinely CompTIA A+ 220-1101 Exam Questions. For that reason, We offers you a progression of A+ practice tests that are concocted on the example of the genuine test.

Want to reply?

You must be signed in to MyRSC to respond to forum posts. If you're not currently a member, you can register for free.