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How to decide which type of notification to inform (by e-mail)?

Is there an option to manage notifications type I am inerested in?

I don't want to get messages about "assignToCard" or "moveCard" or "changeTableName".

But I'm very interested in getting e-mail messages about "commentInObservedCard" and "dateLateInCard".

I'm using basic Trello, with Chrome extensions.

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Iain Dooley Community Leader Feb 04, 2019

@progor nope, it's all or nothing. I created this integration:

https://trello.com/integrations/#/benkoboard

which automatically unsubscribes you from any card you are added to, and creates linked cards in your personal board for cards you're added to or mentioned in.

That way you only get notified about being added, mentioned or removed. This means you need to tell people you work with that you won't see comments you're not tagged in, but that's kind of how the rest of the internet works anyway so it's not too tricky.

With this in place, Trello notifications actually become usable, where as what I've found in most cases is that Trello's notifications are so voluminous that people disable them and end up just using Slack for discussing things.

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