About what and how does Cloudpermit notify users and stakeholders during the application process?

Cloudpermit notifies applicants and other involved parties of the application via email and in the Tasks and requests section of the Dashboard when the following occurs:
  • Application status changes (email notification)
    •  All parties to the application will be notified.
  • Inspection(s) updates such as a new inspection have been added, and an inspection (Inspection result) is completed (email notification).
    • All parties to the application will be notified.
  • Changes are requested for submitted attachments or forms (email and Tasks and requests notifications).
    • All parties to the application will be notified.
  • An invitation to collaborate on a project has been sent (email and Tasks and requests notifications).
    • Only those invited to collaborate will be notified.
  • A new message is waiting in the Messages workspace of the application (email notification).
    • All parties to the application will be notified if the message is public.
    • If the message is direct (a Recipient is selected), only the Recipient will be notified.
  • Confirmation of inspection request has been sent (email notification).
    • The note is only sent out to the party who requested the inspection.
    • It is only sent out if the municipality decides to send out a message.
  • The order to comply has been issued to an applicant (email notification).
    • The applicant will be notified.
  • Permits are near expiration (email notification).
    • The applicant will be notified.

Email notifications regarding the above-mentioned on the application appear in your email inbox.

Additionally, you will have notifications in the Tasks and requests section in your Dashboard, if you are a registered user in Cloudpermit.

If you cannot locate the email sent by Cloudpermit in your email inbox, refresh your email and check spam and junk folders.







 

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