|Facebook Will Soon Let You Disable Seeing All Notifications for Live Videos
Relief is on the way. If you’ve noticed an influx of Facebook notifications from brands or publishers every time they kick off a live video stream, you’re not alone. The alerts, pushing people to watch broadcasts from the new live streaming capability Facebook Live, have been happening with such frequency that it’s been driving people crazy.
Now, Facebook has revealed to Digiday that it’s working on a new setting that lets users disable all notifications for live video, to be rolled out in the next few weeks. While brands and publishers experimenting with the new video tool may not love the news, Facebook says it will prevent live videos from fading completely away from the News Feed after the fact.
In the meantime, Facebook suggested clicking on the “Live Subscribe” button on top of the video for an option to turn off notifications. But unlike the forthcoming feature, this only unsubscribes users of notifications from that page and not all of them.
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