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Using django-digested you can set up notification emails for your users, sent out either immediately or in regular batches (“digests”).

Installation:

pip install django-digested

Usage:

INSTALLED_APPS += [‘digested’] manage.py migrate digested

Now subclass digested.digest_managers.BaseDigestManager and override these methods:

get_items(self) get_subscribers_for_item(self, item) get_updates_for_digest(self, item, preference) send_one_instant_update(self, subscriber, update) send_one_digest_update(self, subscriber, preference, updates)

Call send_instant_update to send out instant updates, and send_digest_updates at appropriate regular intervals.

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