Subscriptions consist of four settings:
Let us see what can be done within Subscriptions.
By using this setting you can adjust notifications about system events that are being sent. It is possible to adjust from which location, for which event, in what time and via which channel they will arrive.
You can set your own subscription or it can be assigned to you by the system administrator. There is no limit to the number of subscriptions you can subscribe to.
To start your own subscription go to the panel on your left and click Subscriptions (it's under Notifications).
A tabular view of all existing subscriptions shall appear, if they have already been created. Here's what you'll find in it.
1) Boxes on the left side can be used for marking the whole subscription so you can apply a function (say, editing or deleting) to it. You can mark just one, several or all of them (if you select the box that's next to Name).
2) Name - a list of all subscriptions created so far. By clicking on the arrow next to the Name you can sort them alphabetically (from A to Z and vice versa).
3) Visible - information on whether the created subscription is public or private.
4) Channel - a view of all channels available that can be used to receive notifications for the created subscription (e-mail, chat, phone, cell phone). Selected channel(s) are marked green.
5) Created by - name and last name of the person who created the subscription.
6) Toolbar - here you can (left to right):
- edit an existing subscription,
- delete an existing subscription,
- change table's settings (see Using tables for more details),
- search subscriptions,
- add new subscription (see Create Subscriptions for more instructions).