5 hours ago Well the social network may be easing up a little in its unending war for your attention. Facebook is now testing a toggle to turn off the red in-app notification dots on its homescreen. Until now
7 hours ago However, the company is looking to mitigate this by allowing users to customize what notifications they see in the Facebook mobile app. Of course, total freedom is out of the question, but going forward, you may be able to turn off the red dots on the Watch, Profile, Groups, and Menu tabs in the Facebook app
Just Now To disable notifications on Facebook, all you have to do is tap and hold an icon on the shortcuts bar. For iOS users, the shortcuts bar is at the bottom of the Facebook homescreen, while for Android users, it is at the top. A menu will pop up with two options: “Remove from shortcut bar” and “Turn off notification dots.”.
3 hours ago Press and hold on any of the buttons in the bar and you can remove a tab or simply silence its notifications. If Marketplace keeps bugging you to look at items you don't want, you can silence
1 hours ago Facebook seems to have realized the fact that notifications dots inside its app are annoying for most users. That’s why the company is testing the ability to turn on or off the notification dots for specific tabs in the Facebook app. For those unaware, notification dots are red dots that often appear on tabs such as Watch, Profile, Groups, and Menu.
3 hours ago Good news: You can disable Facebook live notifications with a few clicks. Under Settings go to Notifications, scroll down to Video and click to expand the drop-down and choose "off." You can also control notifications about tags, birthdays, people you may know, marketplace, and more here.
8 hours ago Once in the Settings menu, click on the “Notifications” tab. Next to “Birthdays,” click the Edit button and then click “Off.”. Now go blow out your candles. While on the Notifications
5 hours ago Solution: While you might not be able to erase all those regrettable photos and statuses of yore, you can control who gets to see them. Simply pull down the menu next to the Home button on your
Just Now The “Witty Birth Announcement”. Yep, we see the extra pair of shoes in front of the fireplace. Stop. 13. The “I’m Deleting Facebook at the End of the Week” Post. 14. The “I’m Checking in Everywhere I Go” Post. We get it. You’ve been places, but I’m embarrassed for you when you checked in at Johnny Rockets.
5 hours ago The same options apply for Pages. Lists are another good way to control Facebook chatter. Place friends in the “Acquaintances” list and their posts will rarely show up in your News Feed. You
Just Now To edit your Group notification settings visit Facebook on your desktop and click the bell icon in the upper right then tap Settings. Scroll down and click on the Groups option. From the drop-down
2 hours ago On the web: Click the arrow at the top-right corner of the screen and choose “Settings.”. In the bar on the left side of the screen, click …
6 hours ago Then this is good news. The social network giant has apparently been testing a new feature which provides a toggle to turn off the red in-app notification dots on its home screen. As of now, you would have to manually open each of Facebook's features to turn off the notification badge on each of the tabs on your home screen. This new move will
Open the Facebook app and go to the Menu tab. Now navigate to Settings & Privacy > Settings. Scroll down the settings page and tap “Notification Dots” under Notifications. Turn off the toggle for the desired tab (s). That’s it.
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That means your notifications feed can end up being littered with unnecessary alerts every time someone posts something to that group. Luckily, Facebook gives you an option to disable these annoying behaviors. You just have to know where to look.
Facebook does have a simple way that you can use to stop apps and games on Facebook from sending users notifications. It only takes a couple of minutes to get the whole thing done. Here's how you do it: Step 1. Open Facebook and click the down arrow icon at the top-right corner on the home page. Step 2. A drop-down menu will appear.