This feature is now launched for iOS users and Android users will have t wait longer. But it seems that the social media giant is intent on pushing the ones that they want you to use and so we end up with so many tabs that we don't even use and visit. Thanks to a recent update, you now have the option to remove the annoying red dots from appearing ever again. If you only want the start and the pending notifications to read, it will be so.
In brief: In a move that should restore some sanity to the Facebook app, the company has made a decision to let users spare themselves the many disruptions caused by the tabs and red notification dots on the navigation bar. On the other hand, for many users, these features were just noise and clutter that got in the way of what they used the app for. Facebook has begun rolling out a new option to bring sense to your navigation bar called Shortcut Bar Settings.
Google to offer checking accounts next year
Big tech companies have been pushing into other arenas such as finance and health care to gain more access to consumer data. Skepticism: But consumers are rightly skeptical of technology companies' ability to keep their data private and secure.
Star Wars' Han vs Greedo scene changed again for Disney+
If anything, non-toxic Star Wars fans do exist, but they're not as chatty as the toxic ones online; best keep that in mind. Because Han starts out as a nice guy in this cut of the film, his character arc has much less meaning.
Alonso, Álvarez named Rookies of the Year
Points are based on a system that awards five for first place votes, three for second place and one for third place. Alvarez fit in well with the Astros' powerful lineup by contributing 27 homers and 78 RBIs in 87 games.
Facebook, Google and Co. have recently noticed that you have to give users more freedom. For this you will have to click on the hamburger menu icon Settings & Privacy Settings Shortcuts. The company said a year ago that this was a way to personalize navigation for every user according to what functions they use the most, but the option to manually change shortcuts arguably should have been there to begin with. Indeed, Facebook has confirmed to TechCrunch that Android users can expect to see notification dot and shortcut bar customisation option "in the next few weeks".
For all of Facebook's talk about well-being, with it trying out hiding Like counts in its app and Instagram (this week starting in the U.S.), there's still plenty of low-hanging fruit. There may also be a practical side: you might be less likely to use Facebook if you feel like it's always nagging you. Similarly, if you wish to remove the Marketplace icon from the bottom bar altogether, again tap and long-press on its icon tap on, Remove from shortcuts bar.