Notification Control: Disable Email Notifications From Social Networking Websites

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Most social networking websites and media websites send you an email notification each time somebody comments or likes your uploaded media. These notifications can clutter your inbox in no time and make it difficult to find the important emails. Here to help solve the problem is a web service called Notification Control.

Notification Control is a free to use website that simply provides you with the direct links of the notifications settings of various websites. The services are listed with their names; just click on them and a new tab will take you to its notifications settings page. From there you can directly modify the settings to stop receiving notification emails.

The services you click on get grayed out so you know which ones you have already disabled. In case you want Notification Control to add more websites to the list, you can simply send them a suggestion email.

Features:

  • A user-friendly website.
  • Provides direct links to notification settings of various websites.
  • Covers popular networking and media websites.
  • Lets you add suggestions for other websites to be added to the list.

Check out Notification Control @ http://notificationcontrol.com

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