How to Turn off Mail app notifications in Windows 10
When it comes to notifications by Mail app in Windows 10, it can prove to be a very beneficial feature for people who want to get a reminder about receiving an important email as soon as possible and stay updated with the rest of them on a daily basis. However, for some, it can become an exasperating experience to get a plethora of notifications about every other email they receive, regardless of whether it’s urgently important or not.
So, those who want to stop email notifications in Windows 10 must follow a few easy steps.
Turn off the Mail app notifications in Windows 10:
So, the Mail app is a built-in application that Windows 10 provides to users. This app helps users connect all their email accounts like Gmail, Yahoo, etc., on a single platform and regulate the inbox. You can turn off the email notifications without disabling or uninstalling the app entirely. Let’s see how you can do that.
Step 1: Go to the Mail app using the search button and click on the Settings button present on the lower left side of the screen.
Step 2: Click on the “Notifications” option.
Step 3: If you want to disable the notifications from a single account. You can select it under the “Select an account” option.
Step 4: Go to the “Show notifications in the Action Centre” and turn that button off.
Note: If you want to shut off notifications from all accounts, check the “Apply to all accounts” box.
Permanently disable Mail notifications:
Step 1: Go to the Windows 10 settings.
Step 2: Click on “System”
Step 3: Tap on the “Notifications and Actions” option.
Step 4: Keep scrolling to find the “Get notifications from these senders” option and open it.
Step 5: You’ll see the Mail app option there. Please disable it.
You don’t have to delete the Mail app or disable it completely to eliminate the annoying notifications. You can disable the notifications following the methods we explained to you. If you want to turn on the notifications, you can use these same steps to turn them on or even check their current status.