I think in this case the executive secretary should have considered that the daylight savings message was not a critical message and should not have included those who had set their visibility to private. The leaders that can send messages to everyone, including those who have set e-mail visibility to private, should be sensitive to those settings. Only critical information that must reach each member should be sent this way. If a member does not want any e-mail messages they should not list their e-mail address. After all, it is optional.geowizrd wrote:[W]hen the ward executive secretary sent out a broadcast email (about daylight savings time, no less) the member was upset that the settings were not honored (because of the exec sec's calling, which appears to auto-include opt-outs)
johnsonth wrote:Does this seem correct? If so, I'll update the wiki page with this information.
geowizrd wrote:again, i'm just suggesting that in the long run, there are really two important but separate functions being handled by a single "visibility" setting: 1- can an individual ward member see me in the ward directory and 2- do i want to receive emails from ward organizations to stay in touch with events or not? my sense is that many members are choosing "no" to #1 while still expecting "yes" to #2, not realizing that isn't possible.
johnsonth wrote:* Even if your profile is private, you will still receive broadcast communications sent from leaders through the Send a Message feature in Leader Resources. This messaging feature does not tie in with privacy settings.
JonesRK wrote:I haven't tested it with the v2 privacy settings, but with the older settings marking your email as private did exclude it from the Send a Message feature.
johnsonth wrote:* If you want to not receive communications from the Send a Message feature, you should remove your e-mail address from your profile.
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