Nearly all of our content is pre-loaded through queue, and I get an email when any of the topics goes liveβ€”except when I am the author. That means that if something goes wrong (put wrong date, etc.) I don't know. 

I've poked around, but haven't found the control in notifications that turns on or off whether I am notified about my own posts. So far, the only solution I can think of is to create a new fictitious user who gets notifications, but that seems like it shouldn't be necessary!


Paul Heymont
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Hi, Paul:

The theory is that, as the author, you wouldn't need to be notified about your own posts. I take your point, however, about scheduled posts.

No need to create a fictitious user, though: why not set up a recipe for when your own content goes live?  Your trigger would be Content Posted, with a condition set to yourself as a Specific Member. The action would be to send a notification to Post Author (you, again).

Hope that helps!


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