Here are the steps you should follow
Note:You shouldn't use greasemonkey scripts for Facebook. Unless you read over the code to know what is actually happening. Very sensitive information and greasemonkey support has been removed as native from browsers for many with malicious intent. And the fact that notifications are ...
Go to your Account Settings and select Notifications from the left pane. Now you can see the Notification Settings page: https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=notifications§ion=Facebook&view
Select "You'll receive:
All notifications, except the ones you unsubscribe from" and click "Turn On" next to "Messages" under "You've unsubscribed from ...
Click the menu (indicated by three horizontal dots). You'll get at least two options: hide that individual notification and hide all about that person. Select the second and you should stop seeing the notifications.
If you are frequent poster (means if you keep updating status, sharing etc), they will not get any notification but if you are posting something after a long time (3 weeks or more), they will get notifcation. There is no control.
If you are writting something on your friend's wall, only they can control who can see that. You can't do anything in that, it ...
If you are going to follow post owner, they will get notified and they can see you anytime in their followers list. But if you are going to turn on notifications on the post, owner will not get notified.
I have started receiving notifications again! Like others, I did not have any options in notification settings that related to emailing messages.
It looks like Facebook integrated chat with messaging. I discovered that when logging into Facebook, missed messages would appear as chat windows. After turning off Chat (chat window > bottom right > settings cog)...
It's Facebooks way of getting you to use more Facebook. Which in your case, failed miserably.
They send these notifications to people who haven't had much of interaction on facebook to have a page full of notification.
Unfortunately, the way to get rid of these is to use more Facebook, get more friends and to interact with them. Just so that they can ...
I could imagine that you can keep a list of all recipients and respondents. Any recipient not in the respondents list could be marked to receive a notification if they are still not on that list X amount of days before the event takes place. This assumes that the respondents are a subset of the recipients. Here's a rough idea of how the pseudo...
I know, this is extremely annoying.
You can try this on Chrome. This worked for me (with a pinned tab), in February 2017.
Create folder somewhere on your hard drive and create these two files in it:
"name": "Pinned Tab Flashing",
"description": "Disable pinned tabs flashing",
Setting your birthday to "Friends of Friends" means that when your friends and their friends visit the About page on your profile, they will see the month and day of your birthday. In addition, the fact that your friends can see your birthday means that Facebook will notify all of your friends about your birthday. You don't need to change anything - your ...
Marking messages as unread after reading them
Go to your inbox, click on a message, click on "Actions" and then "Mark as unread"
Marking friend notifications as unread
There is no direct way to do this but until you have responded to a friend request (either accepted or declined), a count will be shown (like in the image below):
Marking notifications as ...
By default you will see anything from that person that is publicly visible, including public comments. To turn these off, go to their profile or timeline and find the "Subscribed" button at the top, or hover over their name in one of their posts. While hovering over the "Subscribed" button, go down to "Comments and Likes" and uncheck it to stop seeing ...
it is still there if u are not getting it then u should go to your settings option there go inside -->
notification settings-->email--> and choose the radio button against "All notifications, except the ones you unsubscribe from"
You can't turn off like notifications without turning off all notifications for a post. Apparently folks have been complaining about this for years. Even though you can't turn off just likes, there's hope. When you have a lot of notifications, click on the globe icon and they will all be highlighted in blue. Exit out of the notifications by clicking ...
Facebook sends a notification only in certain situations. One situation is described as follows
Say a user comments on a friend's post.
That friend now replies
Now the condition here is that the friend is offline for an unspecified amount of time when the initial user changed his comment.
At this point when the friend logs in again there should be a ...
My friends received notifications.
This notification was not about your privacy, it must be a notification about that you have added new photo. So when you change your privacy from Friends to Public, your friends will not get notify about this but now everyone on Facebook (whom you have not blocked) will able to see your this pic as you have set audience ...
Managed to finally figure this one out.
Like I said we used to get these and they suddenly stopped. No notification setting seemed to apply.
I went to one of the existing email comments and clicked 'Unsubscribe' at the bottom.
On this unsubscribe page I got a clue
Then on your notification settings click 'Edit' next to 'Email' and search for Comments on ...
There is no option to turn off page view notifications specifically.
To reduce the notifications you can change the notification settings On Facebook option.
Currently you have chosen the first option (look at last screenshot of your question On Facebook).
Change that to the second option to reduce the number of notifications or third option for no ...
If you click the down arrow in the top right corner of the post, one of the options is an embed link. This will give you a URL of the form, https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fuser.name%2Fposts%2F1234567890123. Presumably, anyone linking your post will need to use this link or one very similar. You might try ...
The answer would appear to be no.
Facebook Notifications Settings doesn't offer a way to turn off notifications for "likes". In fact, on Facebook itself, you can't even turn off "Activity that involves you".
You'll always get notifications about activity that involves you, like when someone tags you in a photo or comments on your post.