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How to Turn All Your Facebook Notifications into a Daily Digest
posted March 26 2011 21:27.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Do you have a facebook account? Do you get all day long email notifications for all sort of things? Do you find this annoying? But do you still want to know what is happening into your account? Well, there is asolution, which i dug from lifehacker.


  • First, go to your Facebook notifications settings page and uncheck every email notification except "Sends me a message."

  • Now visit your Facebook notifications page and find the "Via RSS" link. Copy the link and keep it handy.

  • If you'd prefer to just get your notifications in your RSS reader, you can just add that link to an RSS reader of your choice and you're done. If you'd prefer to get the daily digest, go to FeedBlitz and set up a daily email with FeedBlitz. You basically just enter your email, paste the URL in, and choose the settings you want. It's really, really simple.



  • There are 2 downsides with this method. First, the notifications becomes semi-public (e.g. your private messages aren't, but the notification of someone sending it to you is) because Facebook doesn't password-protect the notification RSS feed, and second the feed has many ads. Wort to give it a try though.

    [Link: lifehacker]
    Tags: facebook   annoying   tips   internet related   
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