Error, confirmation, and notification messages

How Check communicates various types of messages when working on your workspace

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Written by Fiona Mati
Updated over a week ago

In order to communicate the various types of content when working in your Check workspace, there are errors, confirmations, and notifications.


Error messages are displayed when an action does not result as expected.

Examples of possible error messages happen where:

  • An item from an already published item fails to be imported (error by user), OR

  • An item could not be loaded after manual input (error in Check) which can be reported as a bug

Error messages appear centered at the top of the page and do not fade away until the ‘x’ to their right is clicked.

In cases of multiple errors, these will stack up at the top of the screen, with the most recent instance on top.


Confirmation messages appear at the bottom left of your workspace screen to notify you that your actions are successful.

Cases where confirmation messages appear include successfully:

  • When items are moved across folders according to rules.

  • Saving settings

  • Assigning items, and

  • Attaching or detaching similar media

To remove confirmation messages click the xto the right of the message.


Notifications appear at the bottom-left of the screen in scenarios that include:

  • After a manually added item, is processed according to a rule, or it is matched to another item via Check’s similarity algorithm.

  • An action on an item triggers a rule - for example changing the item’s status, or filling the item’s metadata.

  • When the content warning detects sensitive content.

To remove notification messages click the ‘X’ to the right of the message.

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