It’s now easier to manage web notifications from your Confluence and Jira sites. Notifications from all of your sites will appear in the one list, and you can filter notifications to show only those that are unread – helping you to stay focused on what’s important.
You can now filter notifications to show only the ones you haven’t read – so you’re always up to date on the latest activity.
See all of the notifications from your Jira and Confluence sites in the one place.
Notifications are no longer deleted, so nothing is ever lost.
Instead of deleting notifications, you can hide the ones you don’t want to see. Select Mark as read on notifications you've read, and then remove them from view by selecting the Only show unread filter.
If you want to see a notification later, select Mark as unread, and it will continue to appear in your list.
Tips to manage your notifications:
Mark individual notifications as 'read’ or ‘unread’ by clicking the circle next to each notification.
Hide notifications that you’ve already read by toggling the Only show unread option.
Mark a notification as Mark as unread to continue seeing it in your list.
Mark all of your notifications as read by selecting Mark all as read.
Notifications are automatically removed from the list after 30 days. Older notifications can still be found in your email.
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