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# 243448 12-Dec-2018 09:11
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Hi,

 

Does anyone know why my notification centre saves up notifications and then gives them to me all at once, sometimes hours after the event?

 

The notifications are from a variety of sources (but primarily Outlook) so I dont think i can blame any one app.

 

 





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  # 2143850 12-Dec-2018 09:28
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hi @freitasm , neither of those. I'm pretty sure I dont do anything out of the ordinary though, apart from having 2 screens.

 

 





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  # 2143856 12-Dec-2018 09:34
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Focus Assist (thank you so much for the link) is not enabled.

 

 





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  # 2143863 12-Dec-2018 09:40
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By notifications, I mean the pop-ups that go bing.





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  # 2143866 12-Dec-2018 09:41
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Are these notification from individual applications or from a browser (as in using Outlook webmail, Facebook on your browser, etc)?







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  # 2143871 12-Dec-2018 09:49
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Both of those.

 

I use Outlook 365, but there is also a Mail app which is where I think the email pop-ups are being generated from.

 

Also Chrome, download notifications mostly.

 

And Windows Security notifications.

 

I may have to turn off the email ones altogether, that would be a massive help.





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  # 2143900 12-Dec-2018 10:05
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Do not disturb turned on for specific intervals?




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  # 2143904 12-Dec-2018 10:11
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Do Not Disturb is not enabled





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  # 2143909 12-Dec-2018 10:16
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Mine has done this since the latest large release..

 

Mainly chrome notifications for me.

 

 

 

I've gone as far as to disable sound for those because it can often ignore do not disturb for some reason...





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