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Easily Configure Social Networking Sites to Stop Unnecessary Email Notification

If you haven’t properly configured your social networking sites like Facebook, Google +, Twitter, Linkedin, etc, you will get too many email notifications that are usually unhelpful and sometimes very annoying. With Notification Control, you can configure each Social network in no time.

Notification Control is an online tool or it provides a link to notification (message) setting page of each social networking site and lets you configure it straightly from there – no need to know where the notification setting option is located.

It is quite simple to use. Click any service on Notification Control page and sign in with your social networking account, for example Facebook. You’ll lead to Notification Setting tab of Facebook, there you can you can uncheck any option that you don’t need.

Notification Control currently provides link to 12 social networking sites including Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Linkedin, YouTube, Foursquare, etc and helps you save your time. [via]


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