netsuke and sagemono lounge : Disclaimer - Please click anywhere on this bar to expand/contract the content.
Sponsor Announcement:

Woolley & Wallis would like to take this opportunity to invite you to participate in their auction - Japanese & Korean Art, on the 23rd May 2018.

To access the on-line catalogue please click on the banner below.


Image

Please Note: This sponsorship announcement will automatically disappear on the 24th May 2018.

UCP - Board Preferences 4: How to edit your notifications settings

Tutorials on how to use the UCP section of your account.
User avatar
Oishii
Posts: 817
Joined: Tue Jun 09, 2015 5:44 am
Location: Belgium

UCP - Board Preferences 4: How to edit your notifications settings

Postby Oishii » Sun Apr 17, 2016 7:33 pm

The purpose of this tutorial is to give information on how to edit your Notification settings.

Notification settings control which events will trigger a notification and how you will receive the notification.
You will find these settings under your User Control Panel, then click the third tab Global settings.
notif1.png


Under the fourth option you will see Notification Settings :
notific2.png


The following settings control events related to posting.

• Someone replies to a topic you have bookmarked: A user has posted a reply to a topic which you have bookmarked.

• Someone replies to a topic to which you are subscribed: A user has posted a reply to a topic which you have subscribed to.

• Someone quotes you in a post: A post you made has been quoted by another user.

• Someone creates a topic in a forum to which you are subscribed: A user has posted a new topic in a forum which you have subscribed to.

The following settings control events related to moderation.

• A post or topic needs approval: A user has made a new post or topic which requires approval.

• Someone reports a post: A user has reported a post.

The following settings control various other events.

• Someone requests to join a group you lead: A user has requested to join a user group which you are a leader of.

• Someone sends you a private message: You have received a private message.
Jan

Return to “User Control Panel (UCP) Tutorials”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest