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Notifications in the Google Community Pages

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I don't see anywhere else to put this question, so here goes.

 

How do I tell the forum to only notify me once if I level up? I've been notified 17 TIMES that I leveled up to level 7. Every time I have a notification I get excited because I think it might be someone responding to one of my questions, and most of the time, it's just another notification of the same level up. I've gone through settings many many times, and there doesn't seem to be a way to turn this off. Help?

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Re: Notifications in the Google Community Pages

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Hi @Litmon :-)
try the following if not already done so
- click the drop down arrow next to your email under your avatar at the upper left and select My Settings
- Click the SUBSCRIPTIONS & NOTIFICATIONS link, then the Notifications Settings link
Change the option Badges I earn from the default setting of Immediately to one of the other available options

 

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Hope that sorts it out for you

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Notifications in the Google Community Pages

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Unfortunately not...I have that field set to "never" but I'm still regularly getting the notifications. 

Notifications in the Google Community Pages

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Can understand how irritating it would be.

I usually find clicking the notification at the upper right and going to my notification feed clears the notification until there is anything new.

Have you tried logging out and clearing your cache and cookies?

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