Clubhouse notifications can become overwhelming. Luckily, the app allows you to temporarily pause them for a set amount of time.
Clubhouse is great. I love the app. But there is something that sometimes annoys me very much: I receive too many notifications from the app. I know you feel it too.
But there is hope because the app comes with its own setting to pause notifications for a set amount of time.
And it is actually very easy to do so. The app lets you choose from multiple preset lengths of time for which you can pause all Clubhouse notifications: For an hour, Until this evening, Until Morning, or for an entire week.
Here is how to do it:
- Tap your profile picture in the top right corner of the screen
- Tap the gear icon in the top-right corner of the screen
- Tap the toggle to the right of “Pause Notifications”
- Choose the preset length of time you want to pause notifications for.
Voilà! Note that this will silence all notifications from Clubhouse. Your decision to pause is not irreversible either. You can unpause notifications by heading back to settings and tap the “Pause Notifications” to the left.
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