sports notifications

This post will attempt to get my readers to decide if they have the digital hygiene to make Olympic notifications worth the effort. Dear kind readers: Please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor . . consider: ONE: can you learn how to ¿Turn off? notifications for unwanted apps TWO: can you learn how to clear your notifications . . note: notifications are now items, so a user must keep up with notifications, so fresh and stale notifications don’t mix Sincerely, Tom Doody. Sports notifications are great trying to follow sports, and especially trying to follow far-away events, and especially complicated things like tournaments and the Olympics. Regular season events are easier to follow, and notifications are not that helpful, because games happen according to a schedule. To date I’ve used apps effectively: Score, sports notifications, Roland Garros, and for the Olympics NBC Sports is functioning. I tested the IOC app, and Score with the Tokyo Olympics, and settled on the NBC Sports app. Dear kind readers: If you think you lack the tech skills or the patience to accomplish effective sports notifications you may only be correct that you lack the patience, and I promise you have the tech skills. You are reading this text in English, which means you have the minimum skill. Sincerely, Tom Doody

About Tom Doody

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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