How To Block Candy Crush Saga Notifications On Facebook
The never ending Frustrating Candy Crush Saga Requests
On a relaxed evening, after hours of hard work in the office you open your Facebook page to meet and greet with Friends and check their activities; And there goes boom the never ending requests of candy crush Saga been sent by your friends, friends of friends and the list goes on.
The relaxed cheeks on your face start tightening up a bit as you deny each and every request been sent, be it Candy Crush, Jelly bean, Gardens of Time or be any other App or Game requests.
So now you are frustrated and want to get rid of it forever ? But don't want to go harsh on your Faceboook contacts, who enjoy the game and do think that it's worth the time ?
Don't worry you can do that easily using Facebook Security settings, in few simple steps that is as easy as eating a Peanut !!!
Do note that the intention here is not to portray that the games / Apps like by millions of Facebook frenzy people is a complete disaster. We are just trying to set aside ourselves from the never ending denial game with accepting sweet requests.
Step 1 to Block Candy Crush Requests
Log in to you Facebook account and click on the Cog Icon at the top right corner. Then hoover over Settings options and click it.
Step 2 to Block Candy Crush Requests
On clicking Settings, the General Settings page loads. On the left side of the page, from different options choose Blocking
Step 3 to Block Candy Crush Saga Requests
Once you click Blocking, the right part of the page will show Manage Blocking options. Scroll down to the section where it says Block Apps. Type in Candy Crush Saga and choose it and you are done, its blocked forever. (You can do the same for any other App requests that annoy you)
If in future if you change your mind and want to play Candy Crush, just choose Unblock option for the blocked App.
If you change your mind and want to Unblock Candy Crush Saga
Cast your Opinion !
Are you tormented by candy crush saga requests ?
Funny Fake news about Candy Crush Saga
- Candy Crush Saga Killer Strikes Again | Super Official News
Phoenix, AZ — What was supposed to be a fun game on Facebook has instilled terror and fear among the citizens of Phoenix, Arizona as the infamous 'Candy Crush Saga Killer' has struck once again.
Interesting Statistics !!
- How women blow £400,000 a day playing Candy Crush, the most addictive online game ever | Mail Online
Steph Brophy, 37, from Kent, pictured right, is a Candy Crush addict. She started playing only five weeks ago, but says she's already losing sleep over it.