# 10 Jul, 2019 03:04
Currently, whenever an image is liked, the system will add a line to the notification:
"XXX likes your image!"
May I suggest to change it to
"XXX likes your image YYY!"
where YYY is the name of the image (or the first N characters, not necessarily the full name)?
This way, I can see which image is liked.
Usually, if I upload a new image and a few notifications about likes appear, I can easily guess it must be that new image. However, sometimes some likes can appear in the notification even when I am inactive for a long while. In such a case, I can't easily tell which image has drawn the attention. Of course, I can find out by clicking into the notification, but it takes time and network traffic. It will be easier if the notifications can show the name of the image.
# 10 Jul, 2019 08:28
|I also think this would be helpful. If space is an issue, even ‘XXXX likes YYYY’ would work.|
# 10 Jul, 2019 12:05
Mostly my notifications DO say which image is liked.|
Occasionally they don't say and I don't know why some do and some don't.
I wonder why that works for me and not for you.
# 10 Jul, 2019 12:13
|Yes. The e-mail notifications (if you have e-mail notifications sent for Likes) probably do say that. I think Wei-Hao is talking about the notifications that appear under the little ‘bell’ icon on the top bar of the site. These just say ‘XXX likes your image’ - at least mine do. If yours are different maybe there’s a setting somewhere that I’m missing. (That’s perfectly possible by the way - I am aware of only a tiny amount of the features on this, and other, sites.)|
# 10 Jul, 2019 13:50
|Steve is right. I was taking about the little bell icon on Astrobin, rather than email notification. If there already exists a preference setting that can enable this, please do tell me.|
# 10 Jul, 2019 22:24
Ah, OK, sorry I misunderstood.|
|You have no new notifications.|