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Notification Scheme cannot be customized per Application or Environment when using Templates
We utilize Application Templates to enforce rules/environments etc... A notification scheme is selected in the template configuration but once an application is created from the template, the selected scheme is locked down and a different scheme cannot be selected.
Since we force the use of application templates and we use a single Application Template to enforce consistency, ALL applications/environments/roles are subjected to the same notification scheme that cannot be modified after the application is created.
Allowing a team to change the Notification Scheme on a per application basis and even create their own notification scheme would be very beneficial. Allowing teams to add Notifications at the Environment level would also be beneficial.
Why is it useful?
Some teams get upset upset that ALL members of a role get notifications for all environments designated in the Notification Scheme (email overload) while others want more even notifications or different notifications for each environment.
It would be nice if the notification scheme set by the application template was just a default that could be changed or modified anytime the owner of the application would like.
Additionally, some teams would like notifications sent to individuals rather than roles and would like to set differing notification schemes at the ENVIRONMENT level rather than APPLICATION level.
Overall, more granular notification scheme functionality would be very beneficial and would allow users to chose if/when they receive email notifications from UCD.
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