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Confused About Opting Out of OhmHours? Take the Poll!

That Son Of A BitzThat Son Of A Bitz Union CityPosts: 608Moderator
edited November 2016 in General Discussion
From comments that users have made, it appears that some folks are confused about a button included in the OhmHour Notification email. The button is labeled "Confirm Your Participation Status", which some people think means you need to click to opt-in. However, every user is automatically opted in to every OhmHour unless they click on the button, which is actually to opt-out. Is this confusing to anyone else? Take the poll and let's see what the community thinks.

Confused About Opting Out of OhmHours? Take the Poll! 93 votes

No. It's crystal that you need to click it to opt-out.
5%
Sabreena Hunhoff1319Srelaztammie_e@ymail.comLeahp32 5 votes
Yes, it was confusing before, but now that you explained it, it totally makes sense!
7%
Michael DouglasPegasusKirk NasonRachellecaroline.hsing.lee@gmail.comAndy MattsBrittany 7 votes
Yes, it's confusing and they should change the wording.
87%
John KThat Son Of A BitzJoeyjasmine winchQwantom Mekanicdstjohn99Todd SolivaBryan AllenChristopher MontessanderSyNaPsEPdwonderfulSteve E.KarenEdserfozoharrisongillloriferrierasurrealcherealtarjotechaggarSimon H. 81 votes
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  • That Son Of A BitzThat Son Of A Bitz Union CityPosts: 608Moderator
    Yes, it's confusing and they should change the wording.
    Yes, it's confusing. It would make more sense if it was labeled something like, "Click Here to Opt-Out of this OhmHour" or, "Can't reduce your energy during this OhmHour? Want to opt-out? Click this link to opt-out."
  • dstjohn99dstjohn99 Posts: 372Member
    Yes, it's confusing and they should change the wording.

    Yes, it's confusing and should be changed. The only purpose for the link is to OPT OUT of an event. Keep it simple, the button should simply be labeled "OPT OUT." Another thing that is completely unclear is that even though you opt out, your devices will still be switched off/on for the event.

  • drtsdrts Bonita, CAPosts: 11Member
    Yes, it's confusing and they should change the wording.

    This is a CHANGE to previous policy so it needs to be clarified pronto.

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