Your notifications will help you to stay informed and keep track of recent and past activities in your Edmodo account. Read below for more information on your Notifications:
Types of Notifications
The different types of Notifications to which you will receive and be able to respond to include:
- Posts: View and reply to the Post in a new window
- Class/Group Join Requests: Approve or deny any requests
- Post to Moderate: Accept or deny Post
- Assignment/Quiz Submitted: Go to the grading overview page to view submissions
- Connection Request: Connect, dismiss, block, or view the Profile of the user requesting the Connection
- New Connection: View the Connection's Profile
- Event: View any Events in your Calendar
- Assignment/Quiz Due: Turn in and complete your Assignment or Quiz
View your Notifications
Whether you use your notifications as a "to do" list or a record of your Class/Group activity, there are a few management features to help yo make the most of your Notifications. To view your Notifications, simply:
- Click the Bell in the right-hand corner of your top toolbar. Notifications of the same type will be grouped together but can be reviewed individually by clicking on the group.
- Select See All at the top of the drop-down menu to view to see an expanded list of your Notifications sorted by category
- Select the category you would like to filter your Notifications by on the left panel
- Viewing your notifications once will remove the red notification bubble which alerts you on how many new notifications you have received.
- All of your notifications will remain in the Notification list for you to refer back to until they are 3 months old.
If you use your Notification list as a checklist for things that are done and want to remove one from your list, simply:
- Click the Bell in the right-hand corner of your top toolbar
- Hover over the specific Notification and click on the X. This will hide the notification from your notification window. But be careful, this can’t be undone!
Note: Not all notification types can be hidden.