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New System: NOTIFICATIONS
How to use Notifications
First you need to get to your profile (via your avatar), you need to then edit your profile.
On the right side page, one of your menu items will be Notifications preferences
That will display a full page that allows you to set up the various notification you want.
You can do them for
Any time a person sends you a message
Any time a discussion or comment is updated
Notifications cane be one of the more powerful tools that you have at your disposal.
- Do you want to be notified via Popup message, Email or both when someone sends you a mesage?
- Do you want to be notified when someone comments on one of your favorite topics?
- Do you want to be notified when someone mentions your name?
You should visit your notification preferences to set it up the way you want it. There is so much flexibility in this feature The older system had subscriptions, this takes it ever further.
Try it out.... Do you know how to access your notifications preferences???
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences