By default, you get notifications for some activities related to your organization and pentests—both through email and in the Cobalt app. If you’re not receiving email notifications, see our troubleshooting tips.
You get notified when someone has:
- Created or deleted a pentest
- Posted an update for a pentest
- Reported a vulnerability
- Changed a finding state
- Invited users to the organization
Your user role determines which notifications you get.
Manage Pentest Notifications
When you collaborate on a pentest, you get notifications depending on your notification preferences.
On the pentest page, select the bell icon , and set your preference:
- Notifications on all activity, unless you’ve explicitly unfollowed a finding. This is the default option.
- Notifications on @ mentions and findings you participate in
- Mute notifications, except on findings you follow
Manage Finding Notifications
You get notifications for a finding when someone:
- Assigned you to the finding.
- Mentioned you in a comment.
- Left a comment on the finding—if you subscribed to pentest notifications.
If you’re not participating, you can subscribe to notifications for a finding.
- On the pentest page, go to Findings, and select a finding.
- Under Notifications, select Follow.
To unsubscribe from a thread, select Unfollow.
View All Notifications
To view notifications for all organizations you belong to, select the bell icon in the upper-right corner. The number of unread notifications, if any, appears on the bell icon.
On the Notifications page, you can select to view unread or all notifications.
- To mark all notifications as read, select Mark all as read.
- To mark a single notification as read, select the dot icon •.
View Team Activity
To view the latest activity of your team members and pentesters, navigate to the Activity page. Both organization users and Pentest Team Members can view this page.
Troubleshoot Email Notifications
|You’re not receiving emails from Cobalt.||Do the following:
|You’re receiving emails with delay.||
This may happen because you’ve enabled graylisting for emails. To remedy this, add the
Refer to the documentation of your email management system for instructions. For example, read how to configure permitted senders in Mimecast.
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