For all those receiving too many email notifications about your photos...

10 years 5 months ago - 10 years 5 months ago #67483 by bfchris
you can simply select "photos" in your profile, then "edit settings". In there, you'll have the option to turn off email notifications when people comment/rate/download, etc. your imagery.

Chris

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10 years 5 months ago #67505 by John Landolfi

bfchris wrote: you can simply select "photos" in your profile, then "edit settings". In there, you'll have the option to turn off email notifications when people comment/rate/download, etc. your imagery.

Chris


Finally!!! Thanks.Chris, my wrist thanks you, too...


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10 years 5 months ago - 10 years 5 months ago #67539 by Turbogirlie

John Landolfi wrote:

bfchris wrote: you can simply select "photos" in your profile, then "edit settings". In there, you'll have the option to turn off email notifications when people comment/rate/download, etc. your imagery.

Chris


Finally!!! Thanks.Chris, my wrist thanks you, too...


:goodpost: My thanks to you as well! You can also decide if you want anyone to be able to download your photos.... Have set my profile to stop anyone downloading my images.

Luv Turbogirlie

xxx

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10 years 3 weeks ago #150688 by RogerS
Thank you! I did this fairly quickly, as within 20 minutes of my first post, there were 24 notices showed up in my e-mail auto checker.


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10 years 3 weeks ago #150710 by chasrich
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“Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about money, masters worry about light, I just make pictures… ” ~ Vernon Trent

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10 years 3 weeks ago #150740 by photobod

Turbogirlie wrote:

John Landolfi wrote:

bfchris wrote: you can simply select "photos" in your profile, then "edit settings". In there, you'll have the option to turn off email notifications when people comment/rate/download, etc. your imagery.

Chris


Finally!!! Thanks.Chris, my wrist thanks you, too...


:goodpost: My thanks to you as well! You can also decide if you want anyone to be able to download your photos.... Have set my profile to stop anyone downloading my images.


Where did you do that Kaz I cant find anywhere to stop downloads but I thought no one could anyway off this site ???

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10 years 3 weeks ago #151240 by Turbogirlie
Hi Photobod!

You have a PM in response to yours!

Luv Turbogirlie

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6 years 7 months ago #431362 by stuartsbarbie
Thanks for that information.  I was getting about 50 emails a day.


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