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Facebook Notification Settings

Do you know you can easily modify your Facebook Notification Settings?

Notifications are updates about the Facebook activity. The types of notifications that exist depend on what platform you’re using.

Facebook allows its users to change what they are notified about. If you like to change your Facebook notification settings, then this article is for you.

Desktop and Mobile

1. Red Alert Notifications: Notifications that appear above. When you have a new notification, a red bubble will appear with the number of new notifications you’ve received.

2. Email Notifications: Notifications you receive via email. Learn more about email notifications.

3. Push Notifications: Notifications that appear when you’re not actively using Facebook. Learn more about mobile and desktop push notifications.

Desktop Only

Pop-up Notifications: Notifications that pop up on your screen when you’re logged in to Facebook and a friend interacts with you (example: posts on your timeline). Click the notification to see the story or click X to close the notification.

Mobile Only

Text Notifications: Notifications you receive via mobile text messaging (SMS). Learn more about text notifications.

You can change what you get notified about when you’re on and off Facebook.
While push notifications are sent to you when you aren’t using Facebook, in-app notifications appear as notification dots.
Choose what you get notified about
  1. Click Menu at the top-right corner and select Settings.
  2. Click Notifications on the left.
  3. Click to adjust how you get notifications and what you get notified about.

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