All too often, I hear the complaint about game requests. I have mentioned in previous posts it is not always easy to stop a game from sending a request to someone you know doesn’t play, or even more accurately, it is impossible to know who really plays and who doesn’t. This blog is going to help you minimize the requests because it will stop the recurring requests from your friends who play games you do not play.
This is easiest to do from your desktop / laptop. You can do it from a mobile or tablet, but you have to switch it to desktop mode. I have found it to be so much easier to do from the desktop or laptop though.
First step is to go down to the Apps on the left hand side and click on games.
Once there, it will show you the games you play (if any) first, you don’t want to do anything with them. Under that, there will be your game invites. You click the X or Ignore next to the games you do not want and then it will ask you if you want to ignore the game.
Then you will click confirm. Once you click confirm, it will stop that particular game from sending you requests.
As you scroll down, you may see it also listed like this, when you do, just click “Block” and then “Confirm” again.
By doing this, the friends who play the games will not annoy you by sending you continuous game requests and everyone will be happy!
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