Learn how to manage your notification settings to your preference using our notification center!

Notifications per Tolstoy

In the relevant Tolstoy, go to Settings -> Notifications.

On the top bar, you're able to add the email addresses that will receive notifications.

On the list below, you're able to set the different notification triggers.

Show anonymous - will notify you on anonymous interactions as well.

Impression - will notify you on any user who landed on a page with your Tolstoy, even without clicking play.

Played Tolstoy - will notify you on any user who pressed play on your Tolstoy.

Interacted - will notify you on any user who clicked on a choice on your Tolstoy.

Text response - will notify you on any user who submitted a text response.

Audio response - will notify you on any user who submitted an audio response.

Video response - will notify you on any user who submitted a video response.

Calendar invite - will notify you on any user who booked a meeting with you.

Conversion - will notify you on any conversion attributed to Tolstoy.

Reached end - will notify you on any user who reached the end of your Tolstoy.

To set the notification, click on the notification type, and turn on the Email or the In-app toggle.

Default Account Notifications

You can also set the notifications that will apply to all the Tolstoys you create by default!

Click on your profile letter on the bottom left corner, and click on Notifications.

Set the notifications to your preference, and they will automatically apply for any Tolstoy you create - you can then manually change the notifications settings for each Tolstoy.

In-App Notifications,

To view your in-app notifications, click on the bell button on the left toolbar.

This will open up all of your notifications.

If you click on the notification, you will be redirected interaction in the Responses tab of the Tolstoy the user has responded to.


You are all set!

If you need any help setting up your notifications, don't hesitate to reach out at support@gotolstoy.com.

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