Spreadsheet.com is designed for collaboration, with channels available for users to send messages to each other. To make it easier to track conversations and messages, Spreadsheet.com sends you notifications via email whenever you are invited to a workbook or users make comments in a workbook you have access to.
Notifications allow you to keep tabs on a team's progress in their project plan, tell you if you've been @mentioned because a user has a question for you, or lets you know that you've been invited to a new workbook.
When you will be notified
All Spreadsheet.com users receive email notifications when they are invited to new workbooks. All other email notifications can be turned off. These notifications include:
Notification when a user makes a comment, replies, reacts, sends an emojis, or @mentions anyone in a workbook you have access to.
When you are added as a user in a cell with the user data type.
Email notifications look like the following and will provide details like which workbook the message was in, what the message was.
By default, new Spreadsheet.com users have notification settings turned on.
How to change your notification settings
To turn off all email notifications (except invitations to new workbooks), navigate to your user profile, and then go to the Notifications section. From here, you can check or uncheck the Email notifications box to enable or disable email notifications.
You can change your notification settings in Personal Settings. See our article on notification settings for more information or all of our articles on collaboration and sharing for more ways to send and receive messages.