Facebook’s ‘Facebook Live’ is one of the most pleasing features where you can go live or watch your friend’s live broadcasting from the different corner of the world. Well, the function is quite abundant for promoting anything. But, in some circumstances, you don’t want to get a notification whenever your friend or page you followed goes live every hour. That would be annoying. So, In this article, I will help you how you can turn off Facebook live notifications on your iPhone or Android phone.

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The process will hardly take a few minutes but strange enough to stop the live notification across the various platform such are web, and the iPhone, and Android phone. You will just need to do that process on the Facebook website only. So, if you have desktop around, then follow our guide to disable Facebook Live notification.

How to Turn Off Facebook Live Notifications on iPhone and AndroidHow to Disable Facebook Live Notifications

Step #1. Log in to your Facebook account on the Facebook website.

Log in to your Facebook accountStep #2. Click on the down arrow on the top right corner of the screen and click on ‘Settings.’

Click on the down arrow on the top right corner of the screen and click on SettingsStep #3. Once you are on the Settings page, click on ‘Notifications’ on the left sidebar.

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Under Setting Page Click on NotificationsStep #4. Click on ‘Edit’ next to On Facebook option.

Click on Edit next to On Facebook optionStep #5. Next, Scroll down and click on the drop-down menu next to ‘Live Videos’ option.

click on the drop-down menu next to Live Videos optionStep #6. Click on ‘All Off’ option to turn off Facebook Live Notifications.

Click on All Off option to turn off Facebook Live Notifications

That’s it!

As we mentioned earlier, this process will turn off Facebook Live Notifications across the platforms. Hope, you have stopped the Facebook notification. So, enjoy your routine without disturbance.

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