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How to Set RIAMS Notifications

October 30, 2017
Training and Development

In the first of our ‘How to’ series, we are covering setting RIAMS notifications.

RIAMS notifications are a great way to stay up to date with content changes on RIAMS, for example, when new legislation has been introduced or a senior user has altered a procedure for your locale.

You will only be alerted for the knowledge areas chosen by you when you set up your notifications, meaning you won’t receive emails for topics that do not apply or interest you. You can also update your notification choices at any time.

To set your notifications, sign into RIAMS. On the right-hand side of the page, click ‘My Notifications’ and before you, there will be a list of knowledge areas. From this page, you are able to select the frequency you receive email notifications (either daily or weekly) and the topics you wish to be notified about.

Once you have set your preferences and made your selection, simply click ‘Save’. You will now receive emails from RIAMS at your specified frequency alerting you of significant document changes.

If you would like to keep abreast of all changes we make to the content on RIAMS, keep an eye on our What’s New section on the RIAMS homepage which lists all changes and amendments made to the content.

If you have any queries as a result of this news feature or would like to suggest a specific topic to be covered in this series, please get in touch with us at 01239 711793 or email riams@rheglobal.com.