Follow an issue

Follow an issue

In Connected and Enterprise plans, in order to keep track of one or multiple issues, it is possible to follow an issue and get notifications about changes to the issue.
Notification about a change are sent immediately by email.

How to follow or unfollow an issue

  1. On the issue overview page: select one or multiple issues and activate the 'Follow' or 'Unfollow' option

  1. On the issue details page: activate the 'Follow' or 'Unfollow' option

A bell icon appears in the snapshot when an issue is being followed:


Other notification options:
  1. Manually notify someone about a specific change while editing an issue
  2. Automatically send the team member report or the project leader report. Edit the team member settings to alter email notification frequency for these reports.


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