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Default How To Disable Like Notifications

If you prefer not to receive notifications when someone clicks "like" on your posts, you can easily disable them by changing your preference within edit options.

Click on User CP in the upper left hand corner of the community. Then from the left side navigation, select Edit Options.

At the bottom of the "Messaging & Notification" section you will see a spot referring to "like" notifications.

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Simply select the option that works for you.

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