Can I send email notification reminder to myself for projects that are due? Projects set up on Work tab to contact customers but not linked to sending invoices etc.

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Hi LadyGreeningdon,

Currently, setting up an email notification for projects is unavailable. You can only send reminders for each transactions created on that project. 

Here are the steps:

  1. On the left panel, click Projects.
  2. Find the project and click it to open.
  3. Click the Transactions tab, find the transactions that are due.
  4. Under the Action column, click the drop-down arrow.
  5. Choose Send Reminder.
  6. Change or enter your email address.
  7. Click Send.

We can submit feedback to let our engineers know about your suggestion. To do this, click the Gear icon located in the upper right-hand corner and select Feedback. I've also done the same thing from my end.

We'd really appreciate your feedback. Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any other questions. Thanks.

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