New feature: Email notifications look better, work better

16 Jun

We’re happy to announce our improved notifications emails, which have new functionality and a brand-new visual design. We previewed these earlier, and today we’re launching these to all PBwiki 2.0 wikis. (Still on PBwiki 1.0? Click here to update your 2.0 wiki before everyone else.)

The new notifications include:

  • Comment notifications. Your email notifications now include any comments made on your wiki.
  • Better organized notifications. We’ve improved your email notifications so you’ll get a record of each change on your wiki in a more organized way.
  • A new look and feel. I know my mom told me to be modest, but I can’t help myself — they look awesome!

We love feedback! Please let us know what you think.

3 Responses to “New feature: Email notifications look better, work better”

  1. Larry Bowditch June 16, 2008 at 9:10 pm #

    The new notification features are great!
    I was one of the early testers. This feature has worked well since first implemented. The formatting of changes is excellent! Enabling comment notification is especially helpful to our team. It enables us to stay aligned with one another’s progress and thoughts about what we are doing on our projects.


  2. Karen Porcelli October 21, 2009 at 9:05 am #

    I set up classroom accounts for my students under the free basic account, but I don’t know how to have the students log in and write. They have usernames & passwords, but I haven’t found a way for them to enter without an email. Please advise. Thanks.
    Karen Porcelli


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