How to block Candy Crush Saga request

candy-crush-2A lot of my Facebook friends play Candy Crush Saga – an app and online game where the basic move of the game is horizontally or vertically swapping the positions of two adjacent candies, to create sets of three (or more) candies of the same color. Throughout the game, the player solves puzzles so Tiffi (short for Toffette) can solve problems plaguing the residents of the Candy Kingdom. It is addictive!

Candy Crush Saga is a match-three puzzle video game released by the developer King on April 12, 2012 for Facebook, and on November 14, 2012 as a mobile app for smartphones. As of March 2013, Candy Crush Saga surpassed FarmVille 2 as the most popular game on Facebook, with 46 million average monthly users.[1][2] It is a variation on their browser game Candy Crush.[3] In November 2013, the “Dreamworld” expansion was launched, (unlocking at passing level 50 and opening by pressing an owl known as “Odus” which is on right hand side of screen) creating nocturnal-themed but more difficult version of older levels.

However some of them, including me, find the constant Facebook invitations and requests very irritating and nonsensical. Confession: I play Candy Crush Saga too!

However there is a very simple way out of the persistent notifications. All you have to do is go to your Facebook account and click on notification icon. You will see the notification as shown below:

Candy Crush Saga Facebook RequestIf you hover your mouse over the notification, you will see two options – to ‘Mark as Read‘ or to ‘Turn Off‘ the notification from the app. Click on ‘Turn Off’ and then confirm in the notification.

Candy Crush Saga Facebook Request Turn Off

Additionally, if a friend is sending you too many app or game invites, you can go to your blocking settings and type the friend’s name into the Block app invites section.

That’s all! Enjoy your new, nag-free Facebook. Or move to Twitter! #Wink

So which apps or notifications are most annoying for you on Facebook?

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