- You have to place localized (by language) category there to be effective. Check Wikidata. — regards, Revi 08:47, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
- And only way to unsubscribe is using the category. There’s no other unsubscribing method, other than senders not including your pages there. — regards, Revi 08:48, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
Recipients on different plaforms
In March, we agree with other users in Tuscany to centralize our mass message list of Tuscan users on meta, as a form of respect of other it-N platforms and the users who are foreigners. I recycled the list on itwikipedia I prepared in 2016 in this page and I have to integrate it. Some of the users however don't have a meta userpage because they are old users who were not very active after the SUL passage but we would like to inform in any case. Other users who I will insert later are simply more active on wikisource or commons and should be informed there if possible. One user should be contacted on frwikipedia (even if he understands the message in Italian, he is more active there)
Last time that I prepared a mass message for users on many platforms I arranged the recipients in multiple lists, see User:Alexmar983/MassMessageList, I put "discussioni utente" for it-N platforms and "user talk" for wikidata and commons in separate lists. I would like however this time to make a list that organize these users in the same space. Is this possible, or in the mass message system the target platform cannot be encoded in the lists of talk pages?
I sent a message to Global message delivery/Targets/Signpost for The Signpost monthly publication. The interface told me the message was sent and after a few minutes, there were zero queued messages. However, no one on the list received the message. I want to double-check before I try to send again. Chris Troutman (talk) 15:52, 24 May 2018 (UTC)
Hi, I got a message asking if I still wished to use my BMJ account. I no longer need this, so no need to wait to redistribute it, feel free to do so now.