Your store receives messages from Adobe regularly. The messages are rated by importance and might refer to system updates, patches, new releases, scheduled maintenance, or upcoming events. The bell icon in the header indicates the number of unread messages in your inbox.
Any message of critical importance appears in a pop-up window when you log into your store. The notice continues to appear after each login until the message is either marked as read or removed.
The Notifications page lists all messages ranked by severity, with the most recent at the top. The Action commands can be used to mark individual messages as read, view more detailed information, or to remove the message from the inbox.
The configuration determines how often the inbox is updated, and how the messages are delivered. If your store Admin has a secure URL, notifications must be delivered over HTTPS.
Click the Notification icon in the header and read the summary.
Do one of the following:
For a message of critical importance, do one of the following:
Do one of the following to open the Notifications page:
Click the Notification icon in the header. If there are one or more new messages displayed, click See All.
On the Admin sidebar, go to System > Other Settings > Notifications.
In the Action column, do any of the following:
For more information, click Read Details to open the linked page in a new window.
To keep the message in your inbox, click Mark As Read.
To delete the message, click Remove.
To apply an action to multiple messages, do one of the following:
Set the Actions control to one of the following:
Mark as Read
Click Submit to complete the process.
On the Admin sidebar, go to Stores > Settings > Configuration.
In the left panel, expand Advanced and choose System.
Expand the Notifications section and do the following:
If your store Admin runs over a secure URL, set Use HTTPS to Get Feed to
Set Update Frequency to determine how often your inbox is updated.
The interval can be from one to 24 hours.
When complete, click Save Config.
For more information about the System configuration options, see the Configuration Reference Guide.