Few months ago Facebook started testing a new notification sound for whenever a user receives a notification and now I can tell you that Facebook has turned the notification sound on for every user. Now whenever I receive a notification, I will hear a DING! Notification sound on my PC, before now I am used to hearing the only the chat notification sound whenever I receive a new message on Facebook, but now there is a new notification sound whenever I receive a notification, it could be a reply on my update, a like on my picture, a poke…etc.
At first I liked the sound until I uploaded a picture everyone had something to say about, then I had an insight into how people with a lot of notifications will feel about this new notification sound. The new Facebook notification sound could be disturbing when you receive a lot of notifications, the notification sound could be really disturbing especially when am trying to compose a post for my blog, and I keep hearing the notification sounds. Am glad Facebook also made it easy to turn off this annoying notification sound.
How to turn off Facebook Notification Sound:
As much as the Facebook notification sound could come in handy for users with few notifications, it could be disturbing for others who receive a lot of notifications, so if you find yourself among those who doesn’t like this notification sound anymore, here is how to easily turn it off;
First, Go to your Facebook Account Settings and click on Notifications (Or simply click here),
Then click on the View on Facebook under the ‘How You Get Notifications’ section.
Then Uncheck the ‘Play a sound when each new notification is received’ and save changes.
What do you think of the new Facebook notification sound? What is your experience so far? Have you turned off yours? or will you be allowing the dings and pings sound every time you receive a new notification? Let me know in the comments below, use the comment form to share with me, if you have any questions about the Facebook new notification sound, i will be glad to assist you with the right answer. Remember to subscribe to my RSS feed.