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      Steps to reproduce:

      1. Go to > Control Panel > Web Content
      2. Click all the drop down menus in Web Content (Home, Add, Manage)

      Expected: 'Subscribe' will be an option in one of the menus

      Actual: No subscribe option is present.

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          Eduardo Garcia added a comment -

          Hi Brian,

          I don't think we have ever displayed the "Subscribe" option in the mentioned drop down menus of Web Content, at least in 6.2.x. Could you explain why this is expected (maybe it was available in previous versions)?

          Thanks!

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          Eduardo Garcia added a comment - Hi Brian, I don't think we have ever displayed the "Subscribe" option in the mentioned drop down menus of Web Content, at least in 6.2.x. Could you explain why this is expected (maybe it was available in previous versions)? Thanks!
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          Eduardo Garcia added a comment -

          Hi Brian,

          The subscription feature is being reimplemented for Document and Media and Web Content in 6.2.x. It's planned to add subscription at folder level for Web Content, as it's now available for Document and Media. LPS-33427.

          Thanks

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          Eduardo Garcia added a comment - Hi Brian, The subscription feature is being reimplemented for Document and Media and Web Content in 6.2.x. It's planned to add subscription at folder level for Web Content, as it's now available for Document and Media. LPS-33427 . Thanks
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          Roberto Diaz added a comment -

          In fact the subscripition option is included but hidden:

          You have to:

          1. Click wrench tool an set as enabled any of the "Web Content * Email" tabs
          2. Click on folder actoins arrow and you'll see the subscribe action

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          Roberto Diaz added a comment - In fact the subscripition option is included but hidden: You have to: 1. Click wrench tool an set as enabled any of the "Web Content * Email" tabs 2. Click on folder actoins arrow and you'll see the subscribe action
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          Brian Wulbern added a comment -

          Thanks, Eduardo and Roberto for working on this. The subscribe button is easily accessible by default again.

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          Brian Wulbern added a comment - Thanks, Eduardo and Roberto for working on this. The subscribe button is easily accessible by default again.
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          Brian Wulbern added a comment -

          PASSED Manual Testing following the steps below:

          1. Go to > Control Panel > Web Content
          2. Click drop-down arrow next to Home folder > Subscribe

          Subscribe is a default option again, with all the Web Content Email tabs (in Wrench > Configuration) flagged as 'Enabled' by default.

          Fixed on:
          Tomcat 7.0.34 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.x GIT ID: 1c0a4d2885ea6ecc10c4911e4ce3021e2e3bafcd.

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          Brian Wulbern added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing following the steps below: Go to > Control Panel > Web Content Click drop-down arrow next to Home folder > Subscribe Subscribe is a default option again, with all the Web Content Email tabs (in Wrench > Configuration) flagged as 'Enabled' by default. Fixed on: Tomcat 7.0.34 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.2.x GIT ID: 1c0a4d2885ea6ecc10c4911e4ce3021e2e3bafcd.

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