Didn't You Get The Memo? Email Notifications in JobNimbus

Oh, the famous, “didn’t you get the memo?” line you may have been on the receiving end of once or twice in your life.

Let’s face it: staying on top of things and making sure everything is communicated (and received) is no simple task. It takes away from your actual work and becomes a micromanaging ball and chain to tie you down.

But there’s a better way, and JobNimbus can help with integrated email notifications.

Keeping Everyone in the Know

We want to make sure everyone knows what they need to do, exactly when it happens. That’s why we send an email notification every time someone assigns you to a task, or adds you as an owner to a job or contact.

You’ll get a quick notification instantly to let you know that you now have something else on your plate to start working on. It’s pretty helpful.

Custom Notifications via Workflow Automation

Setting up automation in your workflow can give a giant leap forward with custom notifications. You can set up notifications for every step of the process, notifying whoever needs to know at that stage what’s going on and what needs to be done.

If an office manager needs to know when a job is finished in order to start the billing cycle, you can set up an email notification for that.

If someone at the job site needs an email notification to tell them when a client has made a down payment, you can do that too.

It’s as easy as setting up a trigger when you want that email to blast off.

Reminding with Daily Digests

Tying a string on your finger only works for the first 10 simultaneous items. After that, your toes probably won’t do you much good.

That’s where our daily email reminders can come in handy. In case you forget to open the JobNimbus mobile app at the start of your day, you’ll get a nice little reminder list for all your tasks with due dates approaching, or for any tasks that have slipped past their due dates.

You get the task name, related contact, and you can easily mark tasks of as complete from this email, so you have an updated task list from the start of your day.


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