Notification Options

April 24, 2012

Notification options is added under Account > Settings. You can now choose where notifications from WhoReadMe will send to. Four options at this moment:

  1. Send notification to primary email address,
  2. originating email address,
  3. Twitter account,
  4. or Boxcar notification on iOS device.

Tags: twitter, new feature, boxcar


July 17, 2012 01:02:43 AM (9 years ago)   
This is not working for me for some reason. I never get any notifications and have checked my settings and they are correct.


July 17, 2012 06:00:58 AM (9 years ago)   
Dear Management,

Just a quick note to say I've tried many IP Addresses company in the past indeed and I must say this ONE by far the best I have ever encountered.

I thoroughly appreciate your hard-work please kindly let me know if I can benefit from a paying subscription.



September 04, 2012 09:04:28 PM (9 years ago)   
whoreadme not working for me out of Gmail.

sending from gmail, appending to end of email name. (example - joe blow<[email protected]>)

have emailed to several friends accounts (different domains) who have successfully receive emails (with and without custom images)

the web based tracker logs them as having been sent and most having been checked as opened.

i have set the "send notification" to my gmail address (but receive none). I triple checked this.
emails composed within Whoreadme web site have the same problems. they show as being sent & opened but no notifications are being fowarded.

WRMe account was created only an hour before this testing began

I'm running out of ideas. Have any suggestions for me?


October 16, 2012 04:57:46 AM (9 years ago)   
Hi. I am very impressed by your service and I like it very much. I use it whenever I have to send an email.
But I have a question. Is the location of the reader accurate?? I mean is there any chance that I am getting wrong location of the people I send emails?
Waiting for a reply.


February 17, 2013 12:08:41 AM (8 years ago)   
Yes, the location may be wrong, even very wrong, depending what internet service they may use. If they use mobile phone connection that has server very far from their home it will be misleading.


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