Configure email notification preferences within Skyline Advisor. You can enable, or disable, email notifications for Skyline events including new critical findings, password expiry, and product announcements.

Configure email notification preferences within Skyline Advisor for the following events:

New Operational Summary Report

Notify me when a new Operational Summary Report is available for download.

Log Assist Support Request

Notify me for a new Log Transfer Request.

Product Announcements

Notify me when there are new Product Announcements.

New Critical Findings

Notify me when new Critical Findings & Recommendations are available for to review.

Skyline Collector Password Expiry

(Skyline Administrator service role only)

Notify me when the Skyline Collector password is about to expire.

Entitlement Account Changes

Notify me when an Entitlement Account is linked or unlinked to your Cloud Services Organization.

VMware Skyline sends an email notification to the email address used to log in to Skyline Advisor.

Important:

Enabling, or disabling, email notifications is not a global, or per-Cloud Services Organization setting. Enabling, or disabling, email notifications only affects the logged-in user. If User A enables email notifications, and User B disables email notification, only User A receives notification of changes, or updates, as specified within this feature.

Important:

Skyline Collector Password Expiry email notification is only available to Skyline Administrator service role members. This email notification is not visible to you, if you are not a Skyline Administrator service role member. For more information, see Service Roles in Skyline Advisor

Procedure

  1. In Skyline Advisor, click Settings.
  2. To enable email notifications, toggle the switch to the right.

    The switch appears in green when email notifications for the event are enabled.

  3. To disable email notifications, toggle the switch to the left.

    The switch appears in grey when email notifications for the event are disabled.