Some tips about Facebook for better writing

Martin van Houwelingen

Some tips to make Facebook less of a distraction when writing. Turning off Facebook is not going to help as in the back of your mind you will keep wondering if someone has posted something. That is why I suggest to:

1. turn the sound mode to new notifications off. Click the world-globe in the top bar where new messages appear, select settings and uncheck ‘Play a sound when each new notification is received’
2. turn threads you have commented on to help someone off. It is very likely nothing of your interest is going to be said there. Same world globe, and select the x that appears when you pass the mouse pointer over a message, and click Turf off.
3. Stop following ‘banter-threads’. I know this is a hard one as (what I call) silly fun banter threads are good to read, but at least this month you…

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