New Feature: How to Enable Scheduled Service Notification Emails for your Assets

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Introduction

We have just released a new feature that will allow GoCodes customers to setup and receive email notifications when an asset is due for a scheduled service task or event. The email notifications will be sent when:

  • The customer account has the feature enabled in ‘Settings-Customization’
  • One or more assets have a Next Service Date value that matches today’s date

The email notifications will be sent to the following email addresses:

  • All Group Admin User login email addresses
  • All Group Admin alternate email addresses
  • Where email notifications are enabled in Settings-Customization for the above

As you can see, you will be able to configure notifications to be automatically sent to the Group Admin users and any other additional email addresses required including those not associated with a GoCodes account. For example, you could add a group distribution list email like ‘[email protected]’ which is received by everyone in the service team.

Detailed Instructions

  1. Login to your GoCodes account. You must be in the Group Admin role to make this change.
  2. Navigate to Settings-Customization.
  3. Check the box shown below.
  4. Click Update.
  5. Emails will be sent overnight for assets that have a Next Service Date of ‘tommorrow’.
  6. That’s it!

setting up asset service notifications

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