Monitoring a page or a wiki is a wonderful way to stay informed about what’s happening with the projects you care about. Whether you’re on a Private Label site or organizing a single wiki on Wikispaces.com — or even just participating as a member in a bunch of different wikis — you may have learned to depend on those little emailed notices that a page has been changed, or someone has added to an ongoing conversation. They let you know what’s going on, as it happens.
But if you’re monitoring a whole lot of pages, wikis, and discussions, or if the wikis you’re monitoring are particularly active, it can sometimes feel like you’re trapped in an avalanche of emails. Your inbox fills up before you have a chance to check every change, and important edits or comments can be lost in the flow.
Select that option, and hit the Save button. Now, instead of getting a new email every time a change is made to something you’re monitoring, you’ll just get one single email, every day, with a summary of all your monitored changes.
Your daily digest of changes is easy to read (or scan), and lists every single edit and comment you’ve chosen to monitor, in the order that they were made. It’s a simple and effective way to manage activity on the wikis you care about.
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