Version 2011.01.24 – Two Notification Emails Improved
We improved the way changes made to a task appear in email notifications. The changes are now listed in a table instead of being listed one after another, which is easier to read. Let us know if you like it?
We also made the “Tasks can now start” email’s subject clearer. From now on, the email’s subject will begin with the associated project’s name. For those who ignore it, this notification is sent when predecessor tasks are completed and their successors can be started.
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I noticed your changes and I’m not sure yet if I like… 😉 I would like however, I did notice that i clicked on do not notify and it notified me. bug?
Thank you for your feedback.
In regards to the second part of your post, which e-mail did you receive? I ask this because the individual who performs the task assignment or update should never receive an e-mail notification, regardless of whether or not he or she checked “Do not notify”. The one e-mail the connected user should receive, regardless of whether or not “Do not notify” was checked, is the one that states that the user may begin work on an assigned task because all predecessors of that task have been set to completed.
Could that be the e-mail you received?