Elorus uses notifications to keep you updated with changes regarding your Elorus account. Notifications are sent in-app, however, you may choose to receive them via email or Slack as well.

What is being sent

As a user of Elorus, you get notified whenever any of the following events occur:

Online payments
When clients pay an invoice, or even their full amount due. This includes failed payment attempts.

Client actions

  • When clients view the invoices, estimates or credit notes you send them

  • .When clients accept or reject the estimates you send them.

  • When clients modify their data via the client portal.

Overdue invoices
When due dates of sales or even purchase invoices arrive.

Recurring invoices
When a new sales invoice, purchase invoice etc. is generated based on the schedule you have created.

Bank cheques
When post-dated cheques expire.

Account management
A number of notifications are also sent whenever your subscription is upgraded / downgraded, or new users accept / reject invitations to access your account etc.


Notifications always refer to a specific organization. They're sent to all users, as long as they have permissions to modify the corresponding application section.

For example, an administrator will always receive overdue invoice notifications. A partner, on the other hand, won't receive them, since he cannot modify the invoice data.

Notification channels

You may set up the channels through which you want to receive notifications.

Notifications are always sent in-app.

The option to enable / disable email notifications can be found in your Account settings section. This setting will affect notifications for all organizations that you might be a member of.

You may use Elorus4Slack to control notifications in Slack. Unlike the email setting, Elorus4Slack controls notifications on a per-organization basis.

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