Post-Installation Tasks → Configuring Users → Subscribing Users to Notifications
Notifications "push" information about release changes and approvals to your users. Each process app contains a set of notifications that you can choose to always send to users or that they can choose to subscribe to.
For example, users can receive e-mail notifications when they need to approve a release train or when a release package has been created.
Users can also use the Notifications view to search for and view notifications.
You can manage your Release Control notifications in SBM Application Administrator. From the Administrator portal, select the Notifications icon, and then navigate the list of notifications for each process app. For easier long-term maintenance, use the groups you created in Creating Groups and Assigning Roles and Privileges to set subscriptions rather than setting them for individual users.
For more information about notifications, refer to the SBM Application Administrator Guide located on the Documentation Center.
Users subscribed to the following notifications can approve or reject directly from the notification e-mail:
Sent to approvers for release approvals. Notifications are generated for the appropriate transitions. For example, when a release approval moves to the third level of approval, third-level approvers receive a notification.
Sent to approvers one day before milestones are due, and continue to send every day until the milestone is approved or rejected.
Sent to scoping, construction, and QA exit criteria owners as release trains enter those stages. Follow-up notifications are sent once a week until the exit criteria is approved or rejected.
These notifications use the RLC_approval.htm e-mail template and contain the "approve" and "reject" e-mail response conditions. These properties are defined for each notification in SBM Application Administrator.
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