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Communication in Firstbird

Emails

Some activities in Firstbird  will generate emails to be sent to different users (Admin, Recruiter, Talent Scout and Applicant)You can see a detailed overview of the emails we send here. To deactivate email notifications, login to your Firstbird account and go to "My Settings" next to "Email Notifications".

 

Newsfeed

When you login to your account, on your "Dashboard"  you can find all the activities from the company account published. You can see a detailed overview of what activities are published on your Dashboard, here.

 

Notifications

In your account at the top right, there's a little bell. As soon as you receive a new notification, a red box with a number on it will appear. The number shows you how many new notifications you've received. You can see a detailed overview of the notifications we send, here.

 

Push Notifications

To be up to date by using our Firstbird2Go app, you can enable in “My Settings” and “Notifications” the push notifications by placing a tick at “Enable push notifications on mobile”.

In the case you’re not interested in receiving push notifications, you can easily revoke your decision by removing the tick at “Enable push notifications on mobile”.

Here you can see a detailed overview of the push notifications we are sending.

 

Browser Notifications

If you would like to be informed about new activites in Firstbird on time, you can activate your Firstbird browser notifications in the following browsers:

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Opera

 

Activate browser notification

Log in to your Firstbird account and move to the address bar top left and look next at https:// for the "lock"-sign (in Chrome next to Secure). A drop down window will pop up. Next go to “Notification” and select “Always allow on this site”.

Read more to learn which notification you will receive via your browser.

Deactivate browser notification

To deactivate your browser notification, log in to your Firstbird account and move to the address bar top left and look next at https:// for the "lock"-sign (in Chrome next to Secure).

A drop down window will pop up. Next go to “Notification” and select “Always block on this site”.