Re: Idea: Email reminders for not-passing, haven't edited in a while


Mark Rader
 

David

In some ways this goes back to my suggestion and perform auto checks to see if progress is being made.  That way their progress can be auto updated as much as possible.

Mark

On Fri, Sep 2, 2016 at 2:48 PM, Kevin W. Wall <kevin.w.wall@...> wrote:

David,
You wrote:
> There are a lot of moving parts in this algorithm, but I think it's clear.  I just want to make sure that we avoid lots of nagging - the goal is to encourage people, not to bother them.  Comments?

I see where in step 2 of the algorithm, you already have a check for 'not disabled_reminders'. I was going to suggest that as a profile option, but seems you've already thought of it.

Just mention the ability to disable reminders in the emails you send out and IMO, that will sufficiently address your concerns about nagging.

Also, I'm good with sending out the first notice after 30 days and 60 days thereafter. I think that's a reasonable compromise (although I probably would have just split the difference and made it every 45 days, period, as that would simplify your algorithm).

-kevin
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