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Feature #415

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Daily Digest option for Mail Notifications

Added by Neil Rodrigues about 16 years ago. Updated almost 8 years ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
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Category:
Email notifications
Target version:
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Description

We tend to have a lot of issues when using Redmine, and mail notifications are set to notify on everything. It would
be great for users to have the option to have a Daily Digest rather than immediate notification.

A Daily Digest is essentially an e-mail containing everything the Activity link shows, but is sent out only once daily.

However, if an issue is Assigned to someone, or if someone requests a Watch notification, those e-mails should always
be sent immediately, regardless of Daily Digest status.


Related issues

Related to Redmine - Feature #3410: Collect issue changes in mail and activityNew2009-05-25

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Related to Redmine - Feature #8241: Advanced notification: per user, per project configurable schedule, event filter and notification formatNew2011-04-28

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Related to Redmine - Feature #8342: Enhance reminder email to send all assigned issuesNew2011-05-11

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Has duplicate Redmine - Feature #1634: Consolidated emails/reportClosed2008-07-14

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Has duplicate Redmine - Feature #3412: Send issue changes in a digest emailClosed2009-05-25

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Actions #1

Updated by Vincent de Lau over 14 years ago

I created a duplicate issue: #3412.

As an addition to this issue, I think it should be configurable how frequent you receive a digest (hourly, daily, weekly).

I also think is a good idea to group changes by issue. That way you can quickly see what happened with an issue.

Actions #2

Updated by Brad Mace over 14 years ago

Even better would be if you could set most things to be included in digest, but have certain things, like when a new high-priority issue is submitted, be sent immediately.

Actions #3

Updated by Marc Dworkin about 14 years ago

This would be a very useful feature. Perhaps notification settings could be more finely associated with worklow transitions

Actions #4

Updated by Luiz Carlos Junior about 14 years ago

Although all comments seem to be interesting, it would make a great difference if Redmine just provides an user option to receive a simple daily digest e-mail per project.

In the first version, I think it would be enough if this e-mail contained just a list of all changed issues with its number and subject (and a link). Since Redmine logs all changes, if one user is interested in a certain issue he could easily click on the link and see the latest changes.

Actions #5

Updated by kardan brueckenschlaeger about 14 years ago

+1 on this issue and note:4

Actions #6

Updated by Mike Johnson over 13 years ago

I agree with Kardan: +1 on this issue and note:4

Actions #8

Updated by Josh Weatherly over 13 years ago

+1

Is anyone working on implementing something like this?

Actions #9

Updated by Aaron Steiner about 13 years ago

+1

I am trying to convince people at work to start using Redmine for tracking our various projects but the barrage of emails generated by just a few developers will be a major impediment.

Actions #10

Updated by Terence Mill about 13 years ago

+1

Actions #11

Updated by Res Gilgen almost 13 years ago

+1

Actions #12

Updated by Terence Mill almost 13 years ago

Best would be to offer some time based rules, like daily at 8.00 pm , weekly every thursday at 3 am, every 3 days at 10 pm, immidiately..

..and some content based rules, like, a lists of all items with short deccription (only topic and link), or the whole ticket description plus the changes..

Actions #13

Updated by Ladislav Nesnera almost 13 years ago

+1

Actions #14

Updated by jnns . almost 13 years ago

+1

Actions #15

Updated by Yuriy Shekochihin almost 13 years ago

+1

Actions #16

Updated by Joakim Lundberg over 12 years ago

A big vote for this one, and agreeing with Luiz Carlos, the first step could be a very simple (digest or not digest and the only digest is once a day option), then of course all the other features are nice but to get going just a simple digest mode would be very handy.

Actions #17

Updated by Deon Joubert over 12 years ago

+1

I like the idea too!

Actions #18

Updated by Terence Mill over 12 years ago

dupe of #8241

Actions #19

Updated by Laurent DELAGE about 12 years ago

+ 1

Actions #20

Updated by Drew Keller about 12 years ago

I ran a digest task on my Trac projects for the last 5 years using a script I found and highly modified. Now that I'm switching to Redmine, I went looking for something similar.

Seems like enough interest that a plugin should exist already. Well, now it does: http://www.redmine.org/plugins/digest

I had not written (or read) a lick of Ruby code until last week, so improvement patches are definitely welcome.

Actions #21

Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA over 10 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)
  • Category set to Email notifications
Actions #22

Updated by Alessandro Nunes over 10 years ago

+ 1

Actions #23

Updated by Carsten van Raalten about 10 years ago

+1!

Actions #24

Updated by Florian S. about 10 years ago

+ 1
Great idea!

Actions #25

Updated by Carsten van Raalten about 10 years ago

Please also take a look at this solution/plugin. Instead of daily digests this plugin has more intelligence to notify you of 'issue-risks' up front.

http://www.redmine.org/plugins/alerts-early-warning-system

Actions #26

Updated by Viktor Berke over 9 years ago

From what I've seen the available plugins are either of poor quality or simply incompatible, etc. So I decided to do it on my own. Unfortunately (?) I'm no Ruby expert so I just wrote some shell scripts to query the data directly from the DB. Here it is:

https://github.com/bviktor/redmine-digest

Actions #27

Updated by Thomas Laguzzi almost 8 years ago

+1 , would be very welcome!

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