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Updated on August 28, 2017 03:13AM by Admin
By default each and every event will be displayed in news feed on the Supplier Payments home dashboard. This significant feature is common in every App. You can stop displaying them by disabling the news feed toggle found in notifications. The events such as Supplier Payment created and edited will be shown in feeds.
You can also give priority to the notification by enabling the toggle for the required notification alone. So the checked notification will alone feed in home dashboard.
By default all email notifications are turned off. You can subscribe to receive an email every time by enabling the toggle in notification dashboard. You can also give importance to the email notification that is currently required to alert you. So it automatically sends email notification whenever the particular action is performed. For example: if the Supplier payment is created, you will receive an email.
By default all Slack notifications are turned off. You can receive slack feed every time by enabling the toggle in notification dashboard. On enabling the slack feed, you will get notification in your Slack home page integrated with your Apptivo account.
Note : Only on integrating the Slack account with your Apptivo account, you will see the slack feed toggles, Or else you will view only News feed and Email feed.
Steps to configure News, Email and Slack feeds
- Log in and access Supplier Payments from your Universal Navigation menu bar.
- Click on “More(...) ->Notifications” icon located in the App header bar.
- You can view notification dashboard with set of notifications at left navigation panel and their actual values such as event name, News feed, Email feed and Slack feed at right navigation panel.
- By default all News feeds will be "Enabled" & all Email feeds and Slack feeds will be "Disabled".
- If you want to subscribe email and slack notifications, enable all email and slack notifications toggle.
- Notification changes will be updated automatically.
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