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Forum Digests

Post by Dinkum » 10 Jul 2018, 07:38

With the change to the forum, one of the things that stopped was the regular digests of posts sent by email. The functionality is back, but you need to physically sign up for it now. GDPR and all that exciting stuff.

If you want to sign up to receive the newsletter again, simply go to your user control panel. It is hiding behind your username in the top right corner. Click on your avatar picture and select User Control Panel.

It will open a number of tabs where you can control all aspects of your profile. The last tab is called Digests. You can select the frequency, the layout and when you want to receive the digest. If you want to refine it even further, there are additional setting under the links to the left. We'd only recommend those, if you know what you are doing.

Under basic settings, I would recommend that you receive the digest weekly in HTML format. The time is not so important as it will change due to load balancing on the server.

Quick Link to UCP

If you want to stop receiving digests, then simply tick the None button under the frequency settings.

Hope that helps.
Dean & Jolyon
Rupert, black mini born 24/12/10
Watson, black mini born 21/02/12

I offer my advice freely, but I am not an expert, breeder, groomer or behaviourist. It is simply my experience of raising pups in a way that seems to make sense.

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Dog #2: Edie
is a: P/S Mini Bitch
Born: 11 Jun 2018
Location: Guernsey

Re: Forum Digests

Post by Schnauzer Sam » 10 Jul 2018, 09:06

Thanks, Dean
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