To keep everyone involved, we'll broadcast all comments in conversations by email to everyone. When teams are implemented, we'll only broadcast to the project team members.
- Emails about resolved conversations
- Commenting by replying to notification emails
- Muting conversations
- Opting out of notifications in general
- Showing context of comment (i.e. document line content excerpt, previous comments)
- Dealing with clicks in emails to resolved conversations
- Different emails for "new" and "replied to" conversations
- Batch notifications: instead of sending an email for every single comment made and flood people's inboxes, queue them for a bit and send several notifications in a single email.
- Replying to email@example.com will automatically respond with a message explaining responses are not allowed (yet).
- People are not notified about their own comments
- Email contains the body of the comment
From: "matt <firstname.lastname@example.org>"on the SaaS
From: "tooky <email@example.com>"on appliances
- Clicking on the view and reply link brings the person to the exact location of the comment, the conversation should be the only one activated. See GitHub issue.
- Given Dave has created test-project with document.md
- And Bev has accepted Dave's invitation to collaborate on test-project
- And Dave is reading document.md in test-project
- And Bev is reading document.md in test-project
- When Dave comments on document.md:3
- Then Bev should receive an email from Dave with a link to the first comment on document.md:3 in test-project
- But Dave should not receive any emails about a new conversation
- Given Dave has commented on document.md:3
- When Bev replies on document.md:3
- Then Dave should receive an email from Bev with a link to the second comment on document.md:3 in test-project
- But Bev should not receive any emails about a reply to a conversation