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VaibhavChaudhari Posted ·

Receiving notifications on sign in email Id (not on preferred email Id)

I sign in using my@hotmail.com id but I wanted to receive notifications on company email id.

I added my@company.com email id and also tried another my@gmail.com id. But still I receive notification on sign id i.e. my@hotmail.com

I updated it here:

On this page --> Left top my avatar icon --> settings --> Manage your email preferences --> Email for notifications

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saldana-msft Posted ·

Hi @Vaibhav-Chaudhari, thanks for this issue. We are currently evaluating it and we will come back to you soon. We thank you for your help evolving the Q&A platform.

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Hi @Vaibhav-Chaudhari we are working on an issue when you update the information from your profile, it does not get reflected in Q&A. In the meantime, this should be solved if you sign out and sign in again into Q&A.

Can you let us know if that workaround works for you? Thank you!

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Sure, I will sign out, sign in again into Q&A daily for next few days and get back with feedback

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I signed out and signed in today a few times but no luck. Will continue doing this next couple of days.

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saldana-msft Posted ·

I believe this is fixed now. We checked and there is nothing indicating that we are using your signing mail vs. your notification mail.

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