When REPLYING to a Comment, and you want to ensure that the person whose comment you're replying to is notified, is it necessary to @mention them in the reply, or, in all replies does Confluence automatically notify all parties @mentioned in the original, upstream comment(s)?
Does the user get a notification each time an @mention is placed in the comments?
For example I create a page (and save) and @mention a user in the first comment. I assume they get a notification.
If I update the page again (and save) or not update the page can I create another comment with an @mention and assume the mentioned user will get another update?
A better question might be for each unique comment created (not edited) with a common @mention will the user receive a notification for each comment?
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