ShareMyCook allows you to receive varied email and text message notifications about pit temperature, food temperatures, fan output, and timer.
- To manage which type of alerts you would like to receive by email or text message, click on "My Account" at the top of the page and then select "Notifications" from the drop-down menu.
- To select the type of alert you would like to receive, and the preferred delivery method, click the boxes under "Email Enable" and "SMS Enable". If a checked box is shown, you will receive that type of alert listed in that row. If you don’t want a specific alert, uncheck that box.
- There is a special type of notification that is a summary of your temperatures, fan output, and timer. To enable this decide how often you want to receive these notifications. From the drop-down menu, next to "Notification Interval (Minute)", choose the number of minutes you would like in between general status notifications. If you would like to receive summaries every 30 minutes, select 30 from the drop down. *Note: Your device must be turned on and actively connected to ShareMyCook to receive these updates. To turn OFF these special "summary notifications", set the number back to zero.
- Click "Update" to save your changes.
Types of alerts:
Cook alerts: these alerts will notify you if your cook is too low (only for CyberQ Cloud) or too high or if there is an error with the probe.
Food alerts: these alerts will notify you when your food temperature has reached your desired internal temperature.
Fan shorted alerts: this alert indicates that your fan is malfunctioning. If you see this message, immediately check the status of your cooker and fan.
Timer alerts: this notification indicates that the countdown timer has reached 00:00:00 if it was in use.
Notification interval alerts: this is a summary report that will tell you the current status of your pit and food temperatures as well as the fan output, and any time remaining on the countdown timer.
*Note: If your pit or food temperature status is "OPEN" in these notifications, this means that a probe is either not plugged in or has malfunctioned.