Is it possible to disable grouping of notification emails?

Hey all,

Trello sometimes groups email notifications and you get e.g. 1 email with subject "4 new notifications on My Board" - is it possible to disable that?

My motivation is that those grouped emails hide names of affected cards, so I need to go inside every time, hesitate to delete them, etc.

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Hi Dmytro,

you can adjust your email noticiations on https://trello.com/your/account. In this particular test, I would suggest either selecting immediate -This would email a notification right away, however increase the amount of emails your receive from Trello.. You could also select never to switch off any email notifications.

Hey Torben, thanks for answer.

Unfortunately that does not help - I already had immediate notifications enabled, but Trello was grouping notifications anyway.

"You could also select never to switch off any email notifications"

Sorry, don't understand what you mean by that regarding grouping :)

P.S. Apologies for splitting comments into three - I was getting strange error about "check for inapropriate language or spam" :D

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