Let’s give you a head start

Do you ever get overwhelmed by all the notifications you receive on Facebook, because you added yourself to so many groups that you thought just might be useful at some point? Does this impact so much that you end up ignoring the never ending ting of notification alerts?

Here is our top tip for today. Have a look at the groups you are following with two thoughts in mind.

1. If you want to stay in them but they’re not really doing that much for you, silence all the notifications.
You can do this by heading to the group, clicking the 3 dots in the top right corner and then clicking notification settings, then select off.

2. If you know this is a group you can potentially get leads from, and you have capacity for new business, turn on alerts for all posts.
You can do this by heading to the group, clicking the 3 dots in the top right corner and then clicking notification settings, then select all posts.

This way you won’t be distracted by unimportant notifications, but you can check into those groups whenever you feel like it. But you will be notified every time someone posts in the groups that are useful to you, giving you an opportunity to swoop in there and help out first. If they’re like us, they’re impatient, and if they need an answer, they want it now, this gives you a head start.

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