This is where you will find all the settings available to customize the Email Notifications for your Tutor LMS site.
To see the Email Settings, you need to enable the Email add-on from WP Admin > Tutor LMS Pro > Add-ons.
Email Meta Data
Define the Email Meta Data that will show up when you are sending or receiving emails to or from your recipients.
Email Template Logo: Upload your logo image for the Email Notifications here. File types supported are jpg, .jpeg, or .png. The size should be 100×36 pixels and the maximum height supported is 50px.
Email Logo Height: Set the height of your email logo in pixels.
Disable Email Banner: Enable this to hide the Email Banner that appears at the top of every email notification.
Name: Define the name from which the emails will be sent. Your recipients will see this name when they receive or open this email.
E-mail Address: Define the E-mail address from which the emails will be sent. It’s better to use official email addresses for credibility.
E-mail Footer Text: Define the text that will appear in the e-mail template footer. This can contain your signature, addresses for your business, etc.
This section uses an editor that will provide all the formatting tools you might need to show the information properly.
Email Template Editor
Next, you’ll find a list of Email Notifications that you can enable or disable depending on your needs. If you click on the Edit button located beside one of these options, it will take you to an Email Template Editor where you can edit the Template Content to your liking.
On clicking the Edit button of any email notification type, you will be taken to the Email Template Editor. Here, you’ll be able to customize your email content using the following fields.
Subject: Use the text field to write the subject of your email.
Email Heading: Use the text field to write the heading of your email.
Additional Content: Use the text field to write additional content for your email.
A detailed list of the Email Notification Variables that can be used inside the email templates’ text body can be found in the image below:
Template Preview: Any changes you make will be visible in the template preview section right away. This will help you visualize the content and make changes accordingly.
Send a Test Mail: Send a test email to ensure that your emails are being sent and delivered and that any design or content changes are working the way they should.
Save Changes: As usual, don’t forget to click on Save Changes once you’re done to keep your alterations.
E-mail To Students
Toggle which Tutor LMS events you want to send Email Notifications to students for.
- Course Enrolled
- Quiz Completed
- Completed a Course
- Removed From Course
- Assignment Graded
- New Announcement Posted
- New Announcement Updated
- Q&A Message Answered
- Feedback Submitted for Quiz Attempt
- Course Enrollment Expired
- New Lesson Published
- New Quiz Published
- New Assignment Published
Email To Teachers
Toggle which Tutor LMS events you want to send Email Notifications to Teachers for.
- A Student Enrolled in Course
- A Student Completed Course
- A Student Completed Lesson
- New Q&A Message
- Student Submitted Quiz
- Student Submitted Assignment
- Withdrawal Request Approved
- Withdrawal Request Rejected
- Withdrawal Request Received
- Instructor Application Accepted
- Instructor Application Rejected
- Instructor Application Received
- Instructor Course Published
- An Instructor’s Course Rejected
Emails to Admin
Toggle which Tutor LMS events you want to send Email Notifications to Admins for.
- New Instructor Signup
- New Student Signup
- New Course Submitted for Review
- New Course Published
- Course Edited/Updated
- New Withdrawal Request
WP Cron for Bulk Mailing: Enable this option to let Tutor LMS use the WordPress native scheduler for email-sending activities. Enabling this is essential for sending email notifications.
WP Email Cron Frequency: Add the frequency mode in seconds (s) in which the Cron Setup will run. (Example: 5 Mins = 300 Seconds)
Email Per Cron Execution: Set the number of emails you’d like to send per cron execution.