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For Couples: Communicating with your Fiancé and Planning Partners in Aisle Planner
Christina Farrow avatar
Written by Christina Farrow
Updated over a week ago

While there isn’t a straightforward way to email your significant other (or anyone you're planning with in Aisle Planner) directly from our tools, you do have the ability to send email notifications by utilizing the comment capabilities within our tools.

Anytime you add a comment to your wedding in Aisle Planner, whether it’s on a photo, task or vendor, everyone who has access to wedding project (your planning partners) will receive an emailed notification, provided they didn’t turn off their email notifications.

That said, because everyone who is a part of your wedding will receive the email, we recommend that you include the name of the person you’d like to draw attention to, or need something from, and include a very specific call to action, such as “let me know if this is approved” or “let me know if there are any changes or if this is good to go” –  so that you can make the most of our comment notifications.

Here’s a few ways that comments can start to replace certain emails:

On Checklist Items

You can also use comments on checklist items to follow up and see how things are going, start a conversation about a checklist item, or provide more information for a checklist item.

On Images

If you (or anyone on your wedding) comment on an image (see screen shot below), an email notification will go out, along with a link to login or (better yet) your planning partners can just reply to your comment, right from their email.

On Vendor Contacts

You can add comments to vendor contact records, which is great for letting others know that you’ve uploaded a price list, proposal or contract.

The goal is to document as much of your conversations within Aisle Planner for easy reference, so you don’t have to hunt through emails to find information that you need.

More Info on Communicating Through Aisle Planner

Here’s a Blog Post with some more information and additional examples about using comments to collaborate in Aisle Planner!

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