The purpose of Tability is to make sure that everyone on your team knows what's important and how much progress they're making. To do that, the platform will send 4 types of notifications to users:
Let's dive in to see how that works.
Tability will send notifications to goal owners when their goals are due for an update. The day the email is sent depends on the update frequency of the parent projects.
This notification cannot be turned off, as it is the way Tability makes sure that every goal owner is aware that a new update is due.
If you no longer want to track a goal, you can close it to stop receiving notifications.
If a goal owner has forgotten to update their goal, our bot, Tabby, will wait a week before sending a reminder to the user. To stop receiving these reminders, the goal owner simply needs to add an update or close the goal.
Once a week Tability will send a summary report for all the project that users are subscribed to. You can configure the summary report day in your workspace settings.
By default, it is set to be one day after the weekly update reminders. That way people have time to update their goals before the reports are shared.
You can turn off the summary report notifications in your account notification settings.
Teammates in your workspace can receive email notifications for things happening in the platform:
You can turn off the workspace activity notification in your account notification settings.
If you're a workspace admin, you can configure the default notification settings for summary reports and workspace activity.
This will only affect new users and will not change the preferences of existing members of your workspace.