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Using your user settings on E2E, you are able to manage your E2E content subscriptions and notifications.
1. Start at e2e.ti.com.
2. Click on your user icon in the upper right corner of the page.
3. Choose settings.
4. You will be taken to E2E community preferences. Choose the E2E email preferences tab.
5. Under this tab, you can
a. Disable all E2E email notifications
b. Adjust E2E notifications
i. Send notifications: when disabled no email notifications are sent for content to which you are subscribed.
ii. Enable status message & comment email notifications: receive an email when someone comments on your status message or a status you also commented on.
iii. Enable conversation notifications: when disabled, no direct message (conversation) email notifications are sent.
c. Specify forum subscriptions to receive notifications for only new threads or for all posts (including all replies)
d. Choose what level of user can start conversations with you (None, friends only, all users)
6. After making changes to you E2E email preferences, select the red "save" button at the bottom.
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