Microsoft’s Windows SharePoint Technology and Services, which includes SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) 2003, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS), SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Foundation 2013 (New), and SharePoint Server 2013 (New), allows teams to create Web portals for information sharing and document collaboration that help increase individual and team productivity. It also serves as a platform for application development, providing IT resources such as portals, team workspaces, e-mail, presence awareness, and Web-based conferencing. SharePoint enables developers to quickly build collaborative applications based on a robust set of out-of-the-box functionalities.
Currently, SharePoint users can only see the alerts they’ve set up for a particular list or library, including down to individual items. With this fragmented view, it is easy to forget which alerts you’ve set up and which ones you need to set up. Users don’t have a way to manage all of their alerts, from a single location for each site within a site collection.
The Bamboo My Alerts Organizer feature provides users with the ability to view all the alerts they have setup for each site in a site collection from a single view. Users can access the My Alerts Organizer right from their SharePoint site through the user’s personal menu. This feature allows users to easily create new alerts, group alerts, enable /disable alerts, delete alerts, and perform inline editing of alert frequency settings. Add alerts from any List, Document Library, Picture Library or Discussion Board.