Settings »Email Post Changes
Sites with multiple authors can take advantage of collaboration and team work. Our Email Post Changes feature makes it easy to keep track of changes being made to your site’s content.
The instructions from this guide are referring to the WP Admin dashboard. You can get to this dashboard by adding /wp-admin to the end of your site’s url (e.g.: example.wordpress.com/wp-admin)
To enable it, head to Settings → Email Post Changes in your dashboard.
Click the check box for Enable to turn on the feature.
Select the users that should be notified whenever a post changes. The user’s display name, username, and email address are all shown.
If you want to notify someone, or maybe a a group of people via an email list, you can type in additional email addresses in the text field. Make sure to only add one email address per line.
Email Post Changes will only watch published items by default, but if you’d like to keep an eye on drafts you can do that as well.
After you have configured all of the settings, click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page. Whenever a post changes, we’ll send you an email similar to the following so you can see the changes that were made.
Note: The Email Post Changes feature will notify you of changes to existing posts or pages, but it isn’t meant to notify you about newly published posts. To receive emails about newly published posts, you can follow the blog instead.