Manage Email Notifications and API Keys
To access your individual user settings navigate to https://g.codefresh.io/user/settings or click on User Settings on the left sidebar.
Email Notifications for Builds
On 26 August 2022, we switched off email notifications for all accounts.
To re-enable email notifications, update the email notification settings for your account after the above date.
Receive email notifications for builds based on the build status: only successful, only failed, or for both successful and failed builds.
By default, email notifications are disabled for all users, for both successful and failed builds.
Email notification settings
- Email address for the notifications. By default it is the same address you used to sign-up.
- Select to receive emails for successful builds
- Select to receive emails for failed builds
Weekly Updates for Build Usage
Codefresh will send you every week a summary of your builds across your pipelines along with other statistical data. This information can be useful if you want to understand your overall project build health and capacity usage.
If you don’t want to receive these emails, you can disable them by toggling the checkbox and clicking the Save button.
Enable Access for Support Personnel
If you have an issue with the Codefresh platform, our support personnel can log into your account and look at running builds, inspect your docker images, run pipelines for you etc.
To allow for this kind of access you need to enable the checkbox marked with
Allow Codefresh support team to login as my user
under the Security section.
If you don’t enable this checkbox, our support staff have zero visibility in your account. You can enable/disable this checkbox on demand at any point in time.
All actions performed by Codefresh personnel on your account are audited and they will also confirm with you before performing any action with side effects (such as running a pipeline).
Git Provider Private Access
When you connect your Git provider during sign-up, you may choose to let Codefresh access only your public Git repositories.
To allow Codefresh to also add Git triggers on private repositories you need to explicitly enable it in this section.
Note that options available highly depend on what Git provider you are using with Codefresh.
API Key Creation
In this section you can create API keys so that you can access Codefresh features from your scripts or applications outside the UI. To create a new token click the Generate button as described in the API documentation page and select the appropriate scopes.
For each token you can also delete it or edit it and change its applicable scopes.
Note that tokens are visible only during creation. You cannot “view” an existing token. If you want to re-enable API access for an existing application you need to delete the old token and create a new one.
Note: The UI shows the first few characters in the second part of the key, after the
., and not the characters at the beginning of the key.