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Create subject lines that convey the essence of your notification. Make one statement in the email. Add one call-to-action. Use personalization. Send immediately. Follow your brand identity.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Gmail app . In the top left, tap Menu . Tap Settings. Select your account. Tap Notifications and select a notification level. Tap Inbox notifications. Choose your notification settings, including sounds.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Gmail app . In the top left, tap Menu . Tap Settings. Select your account. Tap Notifications and select a notification level. Tap Inbox notifications. Choose your notification settings, including sounds.
On Android: In the Gmail app, slide in from the left side to open the menu, scroll down to Settings, select your email address, and make sure Notifications are enabled in the checkbox.
Open the Settings app. Navigate to Notifications | Mail. Select the email account you wish to enable notifications on. Ensure Allow Notifications is enabled, and then select an Alert type: Lock Screen, Notification Center, or Banners (Figure C).
One of the reasons email notifications might not work in the Mail app on your iPhone is because you don't use Push. Go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Fetch New Data and turn on Push at the top of the screen. This ensures emails appear on your iPhone as soon as someone sends them to you.
You can send the Notifications either by creating a Notification through System Notifications in Application Navigator and you can trigger them either when record is inserted/update OR when any event runs. Another way is via Workflow, you can use Notification Activity in a Workflow to trigger Notifications.
When you get down to the technical end of things, there are only two ways to trigger a notification.
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