- Posts. Every new Post
Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.
Comments are the main way in P2 for you and your team to reply to posts and keep the conversation going. They’re located at the bottom of each post, and are organized in threads. Learn more.
- Likes. You will also recieve an email whenever someone likes one of your posts or documents.
- Invitation accepted. If you are an admin you will receive an email whenever someone has accepted your invitation to join your P2.
- Access requested. If you are an admin you may receive emails with the message: “user requested access to your private site.” Clicking through you can allow or ignore the email. This happens in some cases where you have invited a user with one email address and they prefer another one
Managing P2 Emails
P2 notifications will be sent to the email address registered to your WordPress.com account.
Account notifications sent to this address include:
- Forgotten password assistance
- Updates from P2s you Follow
- Receipts and notifications for WordPress.com upgrades
You can change your activity P2 notifications keep you informed about things that need your attention. On desktop find them in the bell icon in your top right corner. Also find notifications in your WordPress apps.
P2 notifications keep you informed about things that need your attention. On desktop find them in the bell icon in your top right corner. Also find notifications in your WordPress apps.
Can I reply to comment notification emails?
Yes. Comment Reply Via Email allows you to send a reply to a comment directly from the comment notification email.
Can I reply to likes or follow notification emails?
No. You cannot reply to any emails that come from email@example.com.
What if the emails are not getting through?
If you’re not receiving notification emails:
- First check to make sure you are the author of the post.
- Check the Discussion Settings page to make sure email notifications are activated.
- Check the Notifications page to be sure you haven’t blocked all emails from WordPress.com.
- Check the spam folder in your email program to make sure the messages were not sent there by mistake.
If you are still having trouble, please contact Support for help and include an example of a post URL where you expected to receive a comment or other notification.
If you’re using Gmail, please check out our Gmail troubleshooting guide.