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Sunday, 6 July 2014

How to stop Annoying Facebook App and Game Requests

For many people Facebook is just for playing games. There are many games that became so popular on Facebook

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Recently, Candy Crush is a very popular game on Facebook. Many just login to play candy crush and other games and spam game invitations to others. While many other people don’t like to play games, its too much annoying for them.


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Below are the steps to block any app or game to send you notifications or game requests on Facebook.

Step 1: Login to your Facebook account.

Step 2: Click on Drop Down icon on top-right (last in the line of messages and notification). which will show you a drop down menu, in which you will select "Settings"

Step 3: Click on blocking which you will find on the left hand side in the new window that opens.

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Step 4: Now Scroll down to Block Apps and start typing the name of the app from which you don’t want requests on Facebook which means you do not wish to get invitations from that particular game or app.

For eg.: In the below picture I typed Cityville, meaning no one can send me any request of Cityville game.

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Similarly if you want to block some other app or game just start typing the starting of name and Facebook will automatically show you suggestion.

That's it, you have now successfully blocked all game requests and you will not receive any notification or game request from your friends

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To enable again the request from the blocked app or game, navigate to the block apps and click on the Unblock button besides the name of the App or Game.

I hope this guide will help you but if you have any trouble in performing the above mentioned steps then feel free to let me know about it. I would also like to hear from you about this post so kindly leave few words in the below comment box.

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