Teamup currently supports three different types of notifications: Change notifications, daily agenda and notifications to Slack messaging channels. This article is for calendar administrators who can manage notifications in the settings of Teamup Calendar.
If you are a calendar user looking for information on how notifications work or how to enable / disable notifications for yourself, please see our articles on How To Use Email Notifications, How To Use Daily Agenda.
If you are a Slack administrator and would like to send notifications to your Slack channel when changes occur on your Teamup Calendar, please see How to Set Up a Teamup Slack Integration.
ENABLING NOTIFICATIONS FOR USERS
Tick ‘ENABALE USER SIGNUP’ in Settings > General Settings to allow users to subscribe themselves for notifications. If not enabled, only the administrator can create and change notifications:
Teamup provides calendar administrators the ability to see who has subscribed to email notifications or daily agenda from which links. The administrator can subscribe or unsubscribe users if needed. To do so, go to Settings -> Notifications:
GOOD TO KNOW
- Please note that notifications are sent for future events only for free calendars and those on the Plus plan. If events in the past are modified, no notifications are sent unless your calendar is on the Premium plan.
- Please make sure to choose the appropriate link when you add new notifications – the notification email contains the link from which the notification is setup. Do not use the administrator link for notifications to be sent to non-administrator users.
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