Account Preferences

Learn how to customize your User Settings for a more personalized Sentry experience.

Account preferences help you customize your Sentry experience. Manage your account by selecting "User settings" from the dropdown under your organization’s name. On this page, you can control the frequency of your email notifications, change your primary email, and update your security settings.

Security Settings include options to reset a password, sign out of all devices, and enable two-factor authentication.

After setting up your two-factor authentication codes, click "View Codes" to download, print, or copy your codes to a secure location. If you cannot receive two-factor authentication codes in the future, such as if you lose your device, use your recovery codes to access your account.

Clicking "Sign out of all devices" will end your sessions with any device logged in to Sentry using your account.

In Notifications, you can configure your personal settings for the following Sentry notifications:

  • Alerts (issue alerts only)
  • Deploy
  • Workflow
  • Weekly Reports
  • My Activity

You can also set your email routing here.

Learn more in the full Notifications documentation.

The email address used to log into your Sentry account is, by default, your primary email address. Add an alternative email address in the Add Secondary Emails section. After verifying your secondary email, you can set it to become your primary email.

After verifying the secondary email, you can change it to the primary email.

Closing your Sentry account automatically removes all data associated with your account after a 24-hour waiting period to prevent accidental cancellation. If your account is the sole owner of an organization, this organization will be deleted. Organizations with multiple owners will remain unchanged. For details about termination of service, see Term, Termination, and Effect of Termination.

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