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Bug - email activity notification for followed topics- UM forum

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users should be able to choose if they want emails notification on followed forum activity.

emails choices should be global set at the user level and include:


  • no email notification
  • daily digest
  • email for every post


ALSO the email notification should include such things as:


  • Link to posts - not top of thread but the post
  • maybe a few lines of text from the reply post
  • other info you would expect, users name, etc


I figured with all the long threads about issues, it might be helpful to post this as a "question" so we can see when it is fixed (by changing to solved), ALSO trying to be very narrow in the scope of issues I will post.

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in this thread we got an update on this:


- no notification e-mails. Why on earth, honestly.

This won't be fixed this week. Enabling email itself is not complicated, but creating the options to receive it immediately, once a week or whatever takes longer. There are a lot of settings and options that are involved in this process.

Enabling email notification it self is not that big of a deal, but right now it would mean you get too many emails (like you also get a lot of notifications).

So first improve regular notifications, later email notifications.


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