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Hi there,I have just been looking through my Google Plus and found that after clicking the bell icon, I had a lot of notifications that had been previously read after I clicked the "Mark all as read" button. But, they still appear after at the bottom of the box in a faded grey colour.Is it possible to get rid of them completely?Thanks,William

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Not 100% in knowing what your on about, But this link is Google+ help and support and settings on 'Goggle+notifications'.... Hope this helps.

https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1054277?hl=en&ref_topic=3049735

https://support.google.com/plus/?hl=en

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Not 100% in knowing what your on about, But this link is Google+ help and support and settings on 'Goggle+notifications'.... Hope this helps.

https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1054277?hl=en&ref_topic=3049735

https://support.google.com/plus/?hl=en

Ok, that doesn't really help that just tells you who can send you notifications and what notifications you can receive.

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Erm...just google it Posted Image

Ok, I did that earlier and a few minutes ago. But, I found nothing to do with what I was trying to achieve.

This is the box I mean:

 

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How do I get rid of those notifications at the bottom of the box?

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The answer you perhaps don't want to hear but is more than likely to be the correct one if there's nothing on google, and nothing in their help files, is that you can't.

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The answer you perhaps don't want to hear but is more than likely to be the correct one if there's nothing on google, and nothing in their help files, is that you can't.

That's fine if that is true. It's just that if I can delete them permanently, I would like to know how them permanently.

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