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Control your email settings and messages

Control your email settings and messages

Your social network on Ning comes with many types of notifications to allow you to receive emails about new activity on the social network. You'll receive email notifications when you have new private messages, new friend requests, or when the Network Creator or group creator sends a broadcast message. You can follow any blog post or forum discussion, and by default you'll follow those you participate in. You can choose whether you want to receive any, all, or none of these notifications from you "Email settings" page. You also have full control over who can send you a private message, and can block any member from doing so at any time. Read on for more information on controlling your email settings and messages.

* Private messages
* Social network notifications
* Turn off all notifications

Private messages

When you join a social network on Ning, you'll automatically be able to exchange messages with the Network Creator and Administrators. In order to exchange messages with any other member of the social network, you'll need to first become friends with that member. When accepting friend requests, keep this in mind. You might not want to accept a person if you wouldn't feel comfortable if they contacted you privately.

If you'd like to prevent someone from sending you private messages, you can block messages from any member on the social network. To block a sender, go to your inbox and locate a message they've sent you. Open the message and click the "Block messages" link.




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Control your email settings and messages

Your social network on Ning comes with many types of notifications to allow you to receive emails about new activity on the social network. You'll receive email notifications when you have new private messages, new friend requests, or when the Network Creator or group creator sends a broadcast message. You can follow any blog post or forum discussion, and by default you'll follow those you participate in. You can choose whether you want to receive any, all, or none of these notifications from you "Email settings" page. You also have full control over who can send you a private message, and can block any member from doing so at any time. Read on for more information on controlling your email settings and messages.

* Private messages
* Social network notifications
* Turn off all notifications

Private messages

When you join a social network on Ning, you'll automatically be able to exchange messages with the Network Creator and Administrators. In order to exchange messages with any other member of the social network, you'll need to first become friends with that member. When accepting friend requests, keep this in mind. You might not want to accept a person if you wouldn't feel comfortable if they contacted you privately.

If you'd like to prevent someone from sending you private messages, you can block messages from any member on the social network. To block a sender, go to your inbox and locate a message they've sent you. Open the message and click the "Block messages" link.

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Social network notifications

There are a number of different types of notifications you'll receive from your social network by default. This includes messages sent to only you, to groups you belong to, to your events, to the whole social network, or messages people sent to all of their friends, and the notifications you receive when you have new friend requests, when people you've invited join, and when you have new comments to approve.

You can turn off any or all email notifications coming from your social network from your Email Settings page.

To get to your Email Settings page, click on the "Settings" link in the right column of the page.


Next, click the "Email" tab. This page displays all of the different types of notifications you'll receive from your social network.


In the "Social network Messages" section, you can control the email notifications you receive when messages are sent on your social network.

In the "Member Activity" section, you can control email notifications generated by activity on the social network.

In the "Following discussions and blog posts" section, you can choose whether or not you automatically follow discussions and blog posts you add to the social network and those you reply to. If you're already following blog posts and discussions, you can stop following all at once by clicking the "Clear My Follow List" button.

Turn off all notifications

Finally, if you don't want to receive any email notifications from your social network, you can check the box next to "None: I don't want to receive emails" at the bottom of the page. Keep in mind this means you will not know when you've been sent private messages on the social network until you log in to the social network, and you won't receive broadcast messages from the Network Creator and Admins.

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