Stop spamming promo msgs

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    theJeff Yoodo Staff

    Hi BENJAMIN YEOW JIT SAN, thanks for your feedback. All our users are paying customers, we appreciate all of them :)

    There's no option to separately switch off notifications currently but you can do so in your device to stop notifications from the app itself. Do let me know if you need assistance on how to go about that, I can help to google it out. Thanks again 

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    BENJAMIN YEOW JIT SAN

    But that will mean important notifications like expiry and renewal will also be blocked. Yoodo just need to use the notification feature in a responsible matter. Not everyone is interested in your discount deals or phone contest. If u still want to send then make sure you have an opt out option. That is what a responsible company would do.

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    Permanently deleted user

    Maybe Yoodo can consider options let users to choose which one preferred to receive, eg. Newsletter, Promo, Contest, Account related, Announcement and etc...

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    LOH JIK NEN

    I dont really see much notification from my Yoodo apps, perhaps 2times a month? 

    But suggestion from @Wong MJ is good. Just like the email features where user are allow to choose whether they want to receive alert related to promotion.

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    FOONG WENG KHONG

    I did not receive any notification from Yoodo app neither here. Quiet app ever

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    theJeff Yoodo Staff

    Hi BENJAMIN YEOW JIT SAN, absolutely agree with you. Perfect balance would be to give users the options to choose which notifications they'd like to receive, or none. It's actually in our list of things to do for this year, I sure hope it'll done soonest than later.

    Will keep everyone updated should I hear anything in regards to this. In the meantime, please bear with the marketing promos as it's essential to our expansion and growth too (totally understand it's a nuisance to you in this case). Thanks again! :)

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    MUHAMAD FAIRUS BIN SULAIMAN

    LoL, just clear your apps from "recent apps".

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    FAISAL SALEH NASSER ALASWER

    That's weird, I don't receive any yoodo promo notifications. I do receive notifications about data renewal and when it's almost used up which I do appreciate.

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    BEH TONG YU

    Hi Faisal Al-Aswer , you can check the Yoodo latest promotion on Yoodo web page or Yoodo Apps under Notifications on the bottom as below

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    Julia Yoodo Staff

    Hi Faisal Al-Aswer...BEH TONG YU is correct. do check out your dashboard and worry not cs your notifications are inside there :D 

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    FAISAL SALEH NASSER ALASWER

    Thank you guys for the clarification, however I already knew about the notification inside the app. What I meant in my first comment is that I don't receive push notifications related to promotions while the app is closed, which is a good thing for me because I only need push notifications that are related to my data quota and status of my line.

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    FOONG PENG PIAW

    Some phone OS (and also some phone optimizer apps) will kill non-active background processes to get better battery hour.

    When the app is closed, probably it is killed by such action.

    Normally there is a place to tell the system not to kill certain apps.

    In Huawei, it is under Settings > Battery > App launch

    Newer version of Android OS also can control the notification per apps, inside the Settings > Notifications section.

     

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    MOHAMAD SYAZWAN BINMOHD ZAKI

    Well to be honest, it's never ever ever give me a popup or notification about anything unless i check it.
    Maybe because of huawei power saving feature.

    Anyway, my suggestion is why not keep it that way.

    Give popup or any notication only for important or urgent issues,
    such as downtime announcement, fb whatsapp insta downtime etc etc.

    While the usage notification, promos goes into email.

    That would be much better!😀

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    BEH TONG YU

    Hi FAISAL SALEH NASSER ALASWER, notifications setting as below:

     

    For Android:

    1. From a Home screen, touch and swipe up or down to display all apps.
      Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
    2. From a Home screen, navigate: Settings Settings icon Lock screen and security Security icon.
    3. From the Lock screen and always on display section, tap Notifications.
      Note       This setting is only available if a Screen lock type is setup.
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            Notifications must be switched onSwitch on to access setup.
    4. Tap Hide content to turn on Switch on or off Switch off.
    5. Tap Notification icons only to turn on or off .
    6. Tap Show notifications from then tap All apps to turn on or off.
      Note To adjust notification settings for individual apps, tap the corresponding switch on or off.

     

    For Iphone :

     

    1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
    2. Tap Notifications.

      Launch Settings, then tap Notifications

    3. Select the app you want to remove from Notification Center.
    4. Toggle the Allow Notifications switch on or off.

      Tap a app, then turn off Allow Notifications

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    DENJAYNAVEER ASLAM BIN TANJUI

    Wow BEH TONG YU, Thumbs up ! 👍👍👍 Good sharing.

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    Julia Yoodo Staff

    Thanks for the best sharing BEH TONG YU !! :D :D 

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