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How do I subscribe to information relevant to me?
Press the green circle in the top right corner of the post/area/category you would like to subscribe to
The standard setting is real-time notifications. This can be adjusted if you go to My settings > Subscritptions & Notifications > Notification settings.
Subscribe to categories
You can stay updated on a specific topic by subscribing to categories.
Choose a category by clicking on it
Click Subscribe in the text-sting
Can I choose how often to receive notifications?
Yes. Go to Notification Settings to choose whether to receive notifications in real-time (default), daily or weekly.
How do I unsubscribe?
You can choose to unsubscribe to content in Settings under Subscriptions and Bookmarksor by clicking the green circle in the top right corner and choosing Unsubscribe.
Read more about subscriptionsin the Help section
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How to use the Community
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Share your experienceand ask questions-You are an important contributor for the community to grow and remain a place where the members can get answers. If you contribute more to the community, other members will be inspired to contribute to as well as giving you recognition.
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Source of information- A lot of the information in the Community is created by members that are not Visma employees. While many of the Visma customers who post here are very knowledgeable and may often provide helpful answers, we can’t be held responsible for inaccurate advice posted by non-employees.
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The guidelines will be extended if Visma finds it necessary to ensure a safe environment.
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