Check out how to turn off Facebook event notifications on your iPhone

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Normally, you will receive notifications whenever there is a new post made in an event that you have liked on Facebook. This allows you to easily keep track of the latest happenings but sometimes it makes you feel uncomfortable and wastes your time. So, you want to turn off notifications for an event in Facebook on your iPhone and computer.

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The good news is that you can easily disable Facebook event notification both in the mobile app and on the web as well as receive only important notifications. In this tutorial, we will show you how to turn off Facebook event notifications on iPhone and PC.

Check out steps to turn off event notifications in Facebook on iPhone and computer

Check out steps to disable Facebook event notifications on your iPhone

Step 1. First off, you need to launch Facebook on your iOS device

Step 2. Then, at the bottom right corner, you need to tap on More and then tap on Event under Explore section

Step 3. Here, you have to tap on the event you don’t want to receive notifications from

Step 4. Now, you have to tap on the more button

Step 5. Next up, you continue to tap on Notification Settings

Step 6. Lastly, you simply need to select Off.

Note: The above steps only covers completely turning off notifications.

Check out steps to disable Facebook event notifications on computer

Step 1. The first thing that you have to do is to go to facebook.com on your computer and click on Event under Explore section

Step 2. Then, you continue to click on the event from which you no longer want to receive notifications

Step 3. Next up, you have to click on the menu button

Step 4. Now, you have to click on Notification Settings

Step 5. Lastly, you simply need to check the box next to Off and confirm by clicking on Done.

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