edited March 3, 2021 in Suggest an Idea
Christine said: Is there a quick way to delete notices I am not interested in? I love the private messages and the temple ordinances completed. But the others are really not helpful for me personally.
Cindy Hecker said: After you log into FamilySearch, click your name and go to your setting and under the notification tab you can select and deselect what messages you may receive.0
Christine said: I have already unmarked those discovery messages but I still get them.0
Juli said: Unfortunately, the options under Notifications only affect _emails_. There is currently no means of turning off the internal junk messages generated by FS.0
Christine said: Can I delete them without looking at them?0
Tom Huber said: I just did (delete a bunch without looking at them)..
At one time, someone from FamilySearch said that we would be given the option as to which notices we were sent (now under the "bell" icon).
I hope that isolating the notices (bell icon) from the messages (now the message icon) is a move toward that capability.
However, I don't know if the ability to select which notification categories we receive is going to be implemented or not.
It would be nice if FamilySearch would let us know.0
Gordon Collett said: Christine, I don't know if you would consider this to be deleting them "without looking at them," but if you click on the bell and choose "Show All Notifications" then click in the check box labeled "Select All" above the list, the trash can appears and you can click that to delete them all.
Or you can scan down the titles and delete just the ones you don't want to look at.0