"Welcome to Kontext" Email Notifications

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From 2020-06-27, Kontext will send out one "Welcome to Kontext!" email notifications to users for the following scenarios:

  • when users register as a local user successfully and email is activated.
  • when the first time users log in with Google and Microsoft accounts to register as a new site user.
  • when the first time users sign in with Google One Tap to register as a new site user.

The welcome email will help new users get started easily on Kontext.

Sample Email templates

There are two versions available at the moment: English and Chinese. Users will get one of these two emails based on their browser and site language settings. 

The initial templates look like the following.

English version

Chinese version

*The template is subject to change. 

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