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Who receives notifications for next-gen requests?

Here's how notifications work for different users:


Customers receive notifications for public activities on requests they’re involved in. They can choose whether they receive notifications, as well as the notifications they receive. If notifications aren’t turned on, customers are only notified when a request is resolved. Learn how to edit customer notifications.

If customers share a request to someone or to an organization, they’ll receive the same notifications as them.

Agents and admins

When agents and admins work on a request, they receive notifications based on the project’s internal notification settings. Learn how to customize internal notifications.

Admins and Agents won’t receive notifications of their own changes when they act as a customer on issues. Jira Service Management treats agents and admins acting as a reporter, participant or approver as a customer regardless of the internal notification settings.


Are you on the right help page?

If you don’t have an image in the lower-left of your service project sidebar which states you're in a next-gen project, check out these classic project articles instead.

Learn more about the difference between classic and next-gen projects.

Last modified on Nov 10, 2020
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