February 7, 2013 by Roman Ožana

Using Testomato’s Email Notifications

One of our favorite things about Testomato is that it’s been designed to be easy and user-friendly. We hope that we’ve achieved this goal!

A key feature that helps keep things simple is our Email Notification Feature, which keeps you informed about your project(s) without having to log into the application.

Notification Settings

Users can set up notifications in the User Menu by clicking on Notifications in the drop-down menu located in the top right corner of your screen.


You can then choose which projects you would like to receive notifications about. Select the project(s) and click save.

Your notifications settings screen will look similar to this:


Email Notifications

We send email notifications about the following:

  • We find broken links or elements in your page content
  • Once a problem has been resolved or fixed

We’ve tried to keep our notifications down to a minimum – we never send emails to our users unless it’s something really important!

Start receiving email notifications today: http://beta.testomato.com/.

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