I asked one of our super users in the last 30 days if he had any feedback and the one thing he said is how he doesn't receive any notifications anymore. I noticed that OOTB even if the members are auto-added as members to groups, there are no notifications automatically turned on. When I think about my user experience, I like that I've been able to choose which groups to follow and get notifications from, but in our case we auto-add our members to a select number of groups so I definitely want them to have their notifications turned ON first then dial it down from there.
How do I make this happen?In the meantime... I think I have to send an email out to our roles to adjust their settings to get the emails they want, but as a new user comes in I need them to update their settings asap so I need this.
Has anyone come across the same issue? Have you fixed it with a script? Workaround?
*disclaimer: this really is more of a discussion, but I'll verify some answers that might address this!
We have created custom plugins that will subscribe new users to configured blogs, forums and the digest- configurable per group
I'm interested in learning more!
The silence of the notification is a very serious matter as every admin and the user need to be notified. if any changes happen then there should be a notification for the user. Apple support totally recommends the changes in the settings so that notification would come properly.
The real question is... is there anything you haven't done Luke R Davidson?!
I'm guessing that this is going to be something that we would like to have, as well. Thanks for posting this, Emily!