This article will show you how to turn on or off the push notifications from Skype on multiple devices using Windows 11.
Skype is a popular video chat and messaging application by Microsoft. It allows users to make voice and video calls, send instant messages, and share files with other Skype users for free over the internet.
One can configure many settings with Skype, including turning contact-only Skype calls on or off, hiding or unhiding the Today tab, turning Auto-download photos and files on or off, pasting copied messages as quotes, changing text size, sending messages with Enter key, showing the mini menu when selecting text, turning notifications on or off, showing or hiding your account in Skype search results, enabling or disabling your phone number in search results, automatically answering incoming calls and starting videos, turn reduce data usages on or off, enable or disable contact online notifications, and more.
A new feature allows you to receive push notifications even while using Skype on another device. You can turn it on or off from the app in Windows.
Enabling or disabling push notifications across multiple Skype devices can help you better manage your notifications. For example, if you have Skype installed on your phone, tablet, and computer, you may receive the same notification multiple times.
By enabling push notifications on only one device, you can avoid notification overload and ensure you receive notifications only on your preferred device. Additionally, disabling push notifications can help you preserve battery life on your devices.
Turn push notifications on or off across multiple devices in Skype
As mentioned above, you can enable or disable push notifications across multiple devices in Skype.
Here’s how to do it.
First, launch the app by clicking the Start menu and selecting it on the All Apps list.
Click the Settings and more ( …) button in the Skype window next to your profile picture and select Settings on the menu.
On the Settings page, select the Notifications on the left.
Next, select the “Multiple devices” tile under NOTIFICATIONS. Then, toggle the switch button to the On position to enable it.
To disable it, toggle the switch button to the Off position.
Exit the Settings page when you’re done.
That should do it!
This post showed you how to enable or disable push notifications across multiple devices in Skype on Windows 11. Please use the comments form below if you find errors or have something to add.