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Disable Notifications for Facebook Event Wall Posts

By Codrut Nistor

Posted in How-to, Network-internet

Once a Facebook Event is created either by you or by any other Facebook member who has also promoted you as the Event admin you receive a notification for the activity. Another kind of activity that can take place in any Event might be that any invited users can post anything on the wall of the Event. When this happens you as an Event admin are displayed with a flash notification that is appeared on the main webpage of Facebook. Simultaneously an e-mail notification is also sent to your e-mail account which you have mapped with Facebook so that all the records of the event can be stored permanently. There might however be times when these e-mail notifications are not required and therefore as a Facebook user if you want to disable this you can follow the steps given below:

  1. Logon to your Facebook account.

  2. Click on the triangle at the top right corner of the main Facebook page.

  3. Click on Account Settings option from the appeared list.

  4. From the left pane of the opened page click on Notifications and from the right pane under All Notifications click on Eventsoption.

  5. From the expanded list uncheck the checkbox in front of Posts on the wall of an event you admin option and click on Save Changes button to save the changes.