There are several options for receiving notifications of new posts on The Reloaders Network.  The information presented here will show you how to set up your notifications according to your preferences.

Links to setting up each notification type:

Notifications using the IFTTT Service:


Push Notifications

Push notifications can be managed by a small icon in the lower left portion of the web page with the red circle/white bell icon:Notifications 1

If you click on the icon you can turn on or off these notifications. Again, these notifications are for each new post on the site:

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Notifications on Other Social Media Sites

You can find notifications for all new posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit.


Notifications in Discord

Discord is a tool that is used by many on this site and in this community for communication and collaboration.  There is channel within Discord specifically for notifications of all new posts.  You may find out more information about accessing Discord here:  Chat


Email and Push Notifications (Using the IFTTT Service)

The notifications listed below use a free service called IFTTT.  IFTTT stands for “If This, Then That”.  You can find it at this address:

In addition to their webpage, there are IFTTT apps available for both Apple and Android devices.  (You will need the app installed on your mobile device to receive push notifications.)

You can go to and set up an account for free.

How to use these IFTTT links

To enable the following notifications, click on the desired link, select the “Turn on” switch, and then navigate to “My Applets” on the IFTTT page or app.  Open the Applet you just turned on, and then select the gear icon in the upper right corner.  Turn off the option that states, “Receive notifications when this Applet runs”.  If you don’t turn off this notification, you will likely receive extra notifications.

Email and Push Notifications for All New Posts


Notifications for Posts by Specific Authors

You may turn on notifications for new posts by specific authors, though it may take a few minutes to set up.





If you would like to set up your own custom notifications for specific authors, categories, or tags, or in a way that differs from what is available above, please see this page:  Configure Custom Notifications using IFTTT