Stay tuned by tracking various events on your website with real-time notifications. Improve work efficiency by distributing notifications among your team members.
Supported extensions and events
The Notify.Events plugin for WordPress supports core WordPress events, plus events from such popular plugins as WooCommerce and Contact Form 7. See the full list of supported solutions and events below:
- Post Added
- Post Published
- Post Sent for Review
- Post Approved
- Post Custom Event
- Comment Added
- User Registered
- User Login
- E-Mail Send
- New Order
- Order Status Change
- Product Added
- Product Published
- Product Sent for Review
- Product Approved
- Product Custom Event
- Low Stock
- Out Of Stock
- On Backorder
Contact Form 7
- Form Submitted
- Form Submitted
- Form Submitted
If you have not found the plugin or event you need in the list above, just leave a request in the “Support” section and we will try to solve the issue.
Customize event message templates using predefined variables. There are specific variables set for each plugin, depending on its settings.
For example: for Contact Form 7, the form fields will be available to you as variables in the message template editor.
Use simple text formatting to highlight key points for faster and better processing of messages.
Unlimited number of subscribers
Set up the distribution of messages among your team members by adding an unlimited number of subscribers. Share a special link to give certain people access to your channel.
Determine what kind of notifications will be delivered to a specific recipient by setting priority. Focus only on the events that are really important for you.
Working hours filter
Set up your channel to receive notifications during business hours.
Pricing and limitations
Notify.Events has a free plan with a limited number of messages included per month. It is good to get acquainted with the service and even fully use it before the limit is reached. The plan is renewed each month. For more information about plans and limitations, please visit the Pricing section.
What notification methods do you support?
At the moment, we already have more than 30 notification methods, including SMS, Voice calls, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Slack, and many others. You can find a complete list of supported notification methods on the features page.
How much does it cost to send messages?
The Notify.Events service has a free plan with a limited number of messages included per month. It is good to get acquainted with the service and even fully use it before the limit is reached. For more information about plans and limitations, please visit the Pricing section.
What happens after I run out of free messages?
The plan is renewed every 30 days. Thus, you can continue receiving free messages once they are refilled. Moreover, you can always top up your balance and pay for messages in excess of the plan. See the Pricing page for more details.
Do all recipients have to sign up for Notify.Events to start receiving messages?
No, you can invite your team members to subscribe to the notification channel without registering using a dedicated link. They will also be able to choose the most convenient way to receive messages.
Can I set up sending messages to several people at the same time?
Yes, when WordPress sends a message to your channel, it will be received by all channel’s subscribers automatically.
Is there any limit on the number of recipients?
No, an unlimited number of people can subscribe to your channel.
Can I distribute messages between recipients depending on the type?
Yes, for this you can group your recipients in different channels, as well as filter messages by priority or time of receipt for each specific subscriber in the channel.
Is there any limit on the number of messages sent?
You are limited only in the number of incoming messages within your plan.
Can I make broadcast mailings using the plugin?
No, sorry. Notify.Events is not designed for this kind of service. No advertising broadcasts 😉
- Install the “Notify.Events – Ultimate Notifications” plugin
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins screen (Plugins > Installed Plugins)
- Go to the plugin Settings and follow the instructions in the “Configuration” section on the About tab
Contributors & Developers
“Notify.Events – Ultimate notifications” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
Adding WooCommerce product manipulation event support.
Adding post custom event support.
Description and text fixes.
Adding support for WooCommerce, Contact Form 7, WPForms and Ninja Forms plugins.
Adding the ability to specify multiple receiver channels for an event.