About Account Notifications
You can view notifications of important changes from all over your brand. The notifications can be customized to best fit your organization’s needs.
Viewing and Managing Notifications
Your account notifications can be reached by clicking the bell in the upper-right of your account. Once open, you can scroll from newest to oldest notifications.
Click a notification to expand it. You can click the arrow in the upper-left to return to the list of notifications.
Click the dots in the upper-right to dismiss a notification and erase it from your feed. (To get rid of the red numbers next to the feed icon, all you have to do is open the feed.)
- A notification in blue with a blue dot next to it means the notification is unseen. This means you haven’t opened the notifications feed since the notification arrived.
- A notification in blue without a dot means the notification is seen. This means you’ve opened the notification feed since the notification arrived, but you haven’t clicked on or interacted with it.
- A notification in grey means the notification has been read. This means you’ve already interacted with the notification.
Types of Notifications
You can customize which notifications are added to your feed and the feeds of others. Some are included by default, while others can be customized or need to be set up.
- Feature suggestions: Get notifications about Qualtrics features that might help your experience management.
- Tickets: Get notified when tickets are assigned to you.
- Actions: Set up in the Actions tab of a survey or the global Actions page, these notifications are highly customizable. Get notified on anything from survey data that was just collected, to ticket status changes, to your Salesforce workflow, and more. See the Notifications Feed Task page for more on how to create these notifications for yourself or other users in your Qualtrics license.
- Metric tracking: There are two kinds of notifications that qualify as “metric changes.”
- Dashboard notifications: Get notified when there’s a significant rise or fall in data collected in your CX Dashboard, such as key company KPIs. See Dashboard Notifications for more on how these are set up.
- More / fewer responses than usual: Get notified when your surveys have an unusually high or low volume of responses. This requires no setup on your part. Response volume changes are flagged after observing trends in your responses and identifying anomalies; this is to ensure you are only notified about significant changes.
Qtip: If you are trying to disable notifications about weekly responses received, turn off Digests, not Metric tracking.
- Collaboration: Get notified when someone invites you to collaborate on a survey.
- Digests: Keep track of the number of responses your active surveys got in the past week. Digests come as account notifications and emails for every active survey you own that has received a response in the last 2 weeks. In the email you’ll see:
- The total number of responses the survey has collected (all time).
- The number of responses collected in the last week.
- Status of Responses that fulfilled quotas set in the survey (only visible if quotas are set).
- A link to the Data & Analysis tab of the survey, to view responses.
- A link to the Reports tab, to view responses.
- A link to survey’s public quota dashboard (if any quotas have been set).
You are subscribed to all of these notifications by default.
You can unsubscribe from any and all notifications as needed. Subscriptions apply the same to email and in-account notifications.
Managing Your Notification Subscriptions
You can manage what types of notifications you are subscribed to (or unsubscribe from them all) when you open your account notifications, and click the settings gear.
Select Notifications to unsubscribe from all notifications at once. To re-subscribe to some or all notifications, first re-select Notifications at the top.
You can also unsubscribe / subscribe to individual types of notifications by toggling the type you want to receive. For a guide to each type of notification, see Types of Notifications.