When notifications are sent

Guru will send you notifications in email, Slack, or Microsoft Teams when:

1. You receive an announcement.

2. The announcement you sent was read for the first time.


3. A user requests verification of a Card and you're a verifier. Guru will not send a notification when a Card becomes unverified, however, you will receive a weekly digest of all your unverified cards. You can use the work task queue feature in Slack to help manage verification responsibilities.

4. There is an update made to a Card that you follow.

5. A user interacts with you via the Comments section of a Card.

  • New comments: The Card verifier and anyone @mentioned in that comment will be notified.

  • Replies: Anyone who has participated in that comment thread and anyone @mentioned in that reply will be notified.

  • Resolved comments: Anyone who participated in that comment thread will be notified.

  • Reopened comments: Anyone who participated in that comment thread will be notified.

6. A user asks a question of you.


7. Someone clicks on a link that they've sent via Content Performance.

Where notifications are sent

By default, Guru notifications are sent via email. If your team Admin has installed the Guru App for Slack or Guru App for Microsoft Teams you have the option to receive Guru notifications in Slack or Microsoft Teams instead of email.

Want to receive notifications in your chat tool? Set up Guru Slack notifications or set up Guru Microsoft Team notifications.


✍️ Note

Once you enable your Guru notifications in Slack or Microsoft Teams, you will no longer receive notifications via email. We cannot support notifications to both Slack, Microsoft Teams, and a user's email at this time.


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