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clarissa

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Psssst - Did You Know?!

 

Some of you have been asking how to change the "automatic notification options". These are the emails or messages that come through to you when new Topics are started on the Forum or when someone replies to a comment made by you.

 

This is controlled in your "Profile / Settings / Notification Options". You can see these settings here Your Settings

 

In the notification options you can also define the frequency of notifictaion. Some of you have mentioned that if you set up daily notfications this can sometimes interrupt your beauty sleep - as they do come through at strange times! The choice is yours so have a look through, tweek a little and play a little and see what suits you best.

 

Personally I go for an immediate response as I'm always eager to see what's new and what's happening on the Forum. And if someone is posting at silly o'clock in the morning then so be it - it might just be important!!

 

Anyway peeps, have a look at those settings and make sure you are getting what you want, when you want and as often as you want it.

 

BTW - dont forget that you can use the "Watch Forum" and "Watch Topic" buttons as well if you do want to keep up to date with particular areas

 

Have fun!

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