You can configure notifications to enable the possibility that a user can get notifications for changes on a document.

There is also a guide how to configure the notifications. Notification guide

notifications: {
  // Define actionGroups which the user can select per document
  actionGroups: [
    // First example group, interested in ALL changes
      handle: 'all',
      label: 'All Events',
      description: 'Comments, Tasks, Publish and delete',
      // add actions on which the user should get a notification
      actions: [
  // the task requester is notified on task changed even without subscription
  notifyTaskRequester: true,
  // the author is auto subscribed to the document with the specified actionGroup
  autoSubscribeOwner: {enabled: true, actionGroup: 'all'}

Possible action to register on at the moment:

  • task.change config options:
     // assign to all tasks and statusChanges
     // assign to task proofreading on statusChanges 'requested', 'accepted', 'completed'
    {type: 'task.change', taskName: 'proofreading', statusChange: ['requested', 'accepted', 'completed']}
  • document.publish
  • document.unpublish
  • document.copy
  • document.delete
  • document.transform
  • comment.add
  • comment.resolve

A user can be mentioned in comment. Comments mentioning

The comments mentioning doesn’t have to be configured. It will work automatically as soon as the comments and the notifications are enabled.