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How to ‘Follow’ a group on RIAMS Communities

5th August 2019 RIAMS

If you’re new to RIAMS Communities or it’s been a while since you logged in, this is a quick update on how to Follow discussion groups on RIAMS Communities. When you follow a community, you will receive email and app notifications for new posts in the community. You can update the frequency of these notifications in your Settings.

Once you have signed into Communities (communities.riams.org), you will see the ‘All Communities’ drop-down menu to the left of the page; clicking this will present you with a list of the wide range of groups available.

Click on a forum that interests you; perhaps ‘Housing Professionals’, ‘Legal and Enforcement’ or ‘Public Health Act Funerals’. Once you have navigated to the group, you will see a ‘Follow’ button. By clicking this, notifications of new blogs, discussions or digests from these groups will come through in your email notifications so you can keep up to date.

You can update the frequency of these notifications in your account settings on Communities. To access these, click on the person icon in the top banner, click ‘Settings’ and then ‘Notifications’.  

You can view and download our Communities user guide here.