Clear Facebook Notifications

Clear Facebook Notifications, Facebook can send you notifications via e-mail or text for nearly every possible interaction on its site. The notices can alert you if you've got a brand-new message, were pointed out in a post, tagged in a picture or remarks on your wall; amongst other things. You'll also see these interactions when you visit to Facebook. If you wish to get rid of particular notifications, you can pull out by modifying your notification settings. Pop-up notifications that appear while you're logged in can be erased immediately.

Clear Facebook Notifications


Action 1. Log into your Facebook account.

Action 2. Click the "Account" link, located at the top right corner of the page. Click "Account Settings" from the drop-down list that appears. The "Account Settings" page is displayed.

Action 3. Click "Alerts" from the menu on the left side of the page. The "Notifications Settings" page is shown.

Action 4. Scroll to the "All Alerts" section of the page. A list of all notifications types appears, each with a check box beside it. Alerts you are registered for will have a check in package, either under the "Email" column or the "Mobile" column.

Action 5. Click the checked box beside each alert type you want to eliminate. This will remove the check mark from package and eliminate you from getting the selected alert.

Remove Or Switch Off Facebook Notifications Straight From Fall


While there are workarounds to all such situations, they require a couple of additional clicks and tweaking with settings you might not want altered (not everyone wishes to stop their friends from having the ability to tag them at all!). Thanks to the current modification to Facebook's notification drop down, you can pull out of alerts right from within the panel itself.

Now, when you hover over a notification item, you'll observe a little cross appearing in the top-right corner. Bring your mouse cursor over this cross, and appropriate alternative will be shown. For example, if it's an alert from an app, individual or group, you can basic turn those off, and they'll never trouble you again.



If you opt to shut off a notification, a verification box will appear, asking you to validate the action. This is to prevent any unintentional dismissals-- something that I think Facebook has actually done right.



Depending upon the kind of notification, the options will vary. For instance, if it's an alert of discuss a post that you've been tagged in, instead of turning it off, you'll have the ability to Unfollow the post, for this reason eliminating any subsequent alerts from the same.



So, that has to do with it. Facebook may have a lot of irksome "features" still up its sleeves when it comes to user experience, however this is something they've done right, and for that reason, we value and invite the enhanced notification control. You have had comparable experiences? Share with us in the comments listed below.

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