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[FAQ] How do I subscribe to a forum and receive notifications on E2E?

Here you will learn how to 

  • Subscribe to a forum
  • Subscribe to a particular thread within a forum
  • Receive and manage email notifications

  • If you are interested in the activity of a particular forum, you can subscribe to the activity. Depending on your settings, this will cause you to receive an email each time someone posts and/or replies to a post in that forum.

    Note: The original poster will not receive an email notification of their original post. Additionally, the only way to turn off email completely is under the email configurations in the Settings menu.

    Subscribing to a forum

    1. Navigate to the forum of interest.

    2. On the right side of the page, choose "options" --> "email digest options."

    3. From the Email Digest Options window, open the drop down and choose the frequency of email notifications for this particular forum.

     That's it! Now you are subscribed to a forum.

     

    Subscribing to a particular thread within a forum

    1. Navigate to the thread of interest within an E2E forum.

    2. Once the thread is open, choose "options."

    3. Click the "reply notifications are off" to toggle the button to "reply notifications are on."

     That's it! Now are you subscribed to a thread.

     

    Email notifications

    1. In the upper right hand corner of e2e.ti.com, click your user icon.

    2. Select settings.

    3. Click the "E2E email preferences" tab.

    4. From this page you can manage your email notification settings.

    5. Click "save" at the bottom of the page.

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