All subscribers are welcome join our Community Forum. Here, we discuss how others are utilizing Watchman Monitoring, including strategies for billing and marketing the service to your end users.
A guide topic highlights key content within the forum:
Logging in to the Community Forum
When creating an account, enter the email address where you'd like to receive community emails. If that email address is related to a google account, or is associated with your Twitter or Github account, you can prevent creating yet one more password by choosing one of those as an authentication source.
Note: The important part is that you choose the email address you are most likely to send replies from (in case of a discussion, etc).
You will be able to access the forum once you verify your email address, and your account is approved. Watchman Monitoring staff review new accounts regularly, and all Subscribers will be approved.
Managing Emails in the Community Forum
All posts to the Community Forum are available for browsing and searching. Content is divided in to five primary categories:
- Known Issues
- Feature Requests
- General Discussion
By default, emails are sent for all new posts to Announcements, Resources, and Known Issues.
You can manage the emails you receive in your Profile Page.
Mailing List Mode
Check Send me an email for every new post (unless I mute the topic or category)
To receive a copy of every post in the forum. Note that these emails will not contain other parts of the thread.
Watching Relevant Categories (default, recommended)
Watched Categories receive every email. Tracked Categories get digests.
Some members will choose not to get emails from the forum. This can be done by removing all Categories from "Watched" and unchecking "When I don't visit here, send an email digest of what's new:"
In this case, we recommend you ensure that your Watchman Monitoring profile's emails are enabled.