On February 28, 2019, we're saying goodbye to The City, but we have something even better for you in Realm.

We've made it easy for you to transition to a more powerful, robust, and intuitive platform designed to engage your congregation and manage your church.

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There are four settings that determine the frequency of email you receive from each group. There are two ways to change these settings.

How To Do It From Account Settings

The easiest way to adjust the amount of email you get from each of your City groups is to hover over the  in the top right corner and select Account Settings. Then click the Email tab. This page controls your email settings for every group that you’re a part of, so you can change all your settings at once.

How To Do It From a Group

You can also make changes to your email settings in each of your groups. Click  at the top of any group and click Notifications.

Email Settings

Everything: Choose this setting and you are alerted every time anything happens in a group.

New Things: Whenever a new topic, event, prayer, need, or album is posted, you are alerted via email, but nothing is sent regarding the item or its responses after that point.

Daily Digest: Every afternoon you are sent one email that lists everything that happened in the group over the last 24 hours. This one email compiles new and updated content for all groups you have at this setting.

 Nothing: You receive no email notifications for anything that happens in this group.

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Things to Remember

  • If you choose Nothing, Daily Digest, or New Content, you can always make an exception to the rule by following a post.
  • Due to the high number of responses generated by church or campus level events in The City, event responses are not sent as part of the daily digest for any group. The only way to receive email notifications when someone responds to an event is to watch that specific post.