Notification Settings

Quant enables you to create your own look of all notifications sent to the user’s e-mail addresses. Notifications can be set in the Notifications tab.

Blog Post Notification

The Blog Post notification informs the user that a new post has been published on the Blog. In this manual you will find a description of everything that you can set in this notification.

Polls Notifications

Notifications of polls are intended to inform the user of the fact that a new poll has been published on the web interface or that the deadline by which the poll needs to be completed will soon expire.

Planograms Notifications

Via Quant, the user can be informed of newly published planograms, planograms whose implementation term has expired and planograms whose implementation term is going to expire soon.

Unread Chats Notification

The Unread chats notification informs the user that there are unread chats on the Quant web interface.

Changes Prices Notification

Notification Changed Prices informs a user that the prices of some products have been changed since the last notification was sent.

Sales Fluctuations Notification

The Sales Fluctuations notification informs of fluctuations in the sales of products. In this manual you will find a description of everything that you can set in this notification.

Task Notification

Task Notification informs you of a new task and update in Task Management.

New Login Details Notification

When a new user is created in Quant, an e-mail notification is sent with his/her username and a link where a password can be set.

Change Password Notification

Change password notification is send when the user forgets the password and clicks on a button or a link to change it.

Setting up Azure AD for connecting Quant to Office365 Mail server

Microsoft announced that they are planning to disable Basic Authentication for SMTP globally. Because of that we encourage our users to set up the modern authentication using OAuth. In order for that to work, there is a need to configure azure active directory first.