If a notification is addressed to more than one recipient, there is the option to check "Share a single notification". Checking or unchecking this option implies the following:

  • If the check is not marked : N notifications are created ( N different ID's ) and each of them is addressed to a single recipient
  • If the check is marked : a single notification is created ( a single ID ) addressed to N recipients . Everyone will receive the notice and any of them will be able to accept it, but once it is accepted by one user, the rest will only be able to view it. We will see the notification status of the first recipient who accepted it.

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In this sense, if what we need is to have a record of the practice of notifying each and every one of the recipients, you must remember not to mark this check and, therefore, make sure to create N notifications for N recipients, each with a different id.

When is the single notification sharing feature useful?

A case of use for this functionality is, for example, for notifications addressed to the interested party and his or her representatives. In this sense, then, if we want to notify a person in the framework of a procedure, we can notify them and their representatives and we only need to have evidence of the practice of notification to any of the recipients, whether the interested party or the representatives.