Managing Your Notification Preferences

 

 

There are four ways to receive notifications from the library: email, text message, phone call, and mail. Not all notifications are available for every method of notification. The text below describes what you can expect from each notification method. You may manage your notification preferences through your account online, or by speaking with the circulation staff.

 

 

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Text: You may sign up for text message notifications through your account online, or by speaking with the circulation staff. You will be able to receive notices regarding hold pickups, overdues and billing, and courtesy notices (items due soon). You may select which of those notifications you would like to receive via text. You will not receive notices via text for hold cancellations or auto renewals. However, if you also have an email in your account, you will receive notices via email for hold cancellations, auto renewals, and any other notices you have not selected to receive via text.

 

Email: If you have an email address in your account and have not specified that you would like another notification method, email will be your default notification. You will receive notices regarding hold pickups, hold cancellations, overdues and billing, courtesy notices (items are due soon), and auto renewals.


Phone: You may sign up for automated phone call notification by speaking with the circulation staff. You will receive notices regarding hold pickups, overdues, and billing. You will not receive notices via phone call for hold cancellations, courtesy notices (items dues soon), or auto renewals. However, if you also have an email in your account, you will receive notices via email for hold cancellations, courtesy notices (items dues soon), and auto renewals.


Mail: You may sign up for mail notifications by speaking with the circulation staff. You will only receive notification via mail for overdues and billing notices. You will not receive any other notification.