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Repeat "Introducing Privacy Monitor" Mobile Notifications - How to Turn Off w/o Turning Off ALL?

I am constantly getting notifications on my phone from the Norton app titled "Introducing Privacy Monitor".  I have tried turning off various Notification Categories to make these stop, but it seems they only go away if I turn off ALL notifications from Norton, including "Critical Security Alerts" and such.

Is there any way to turn of these repeating notifications without turning off the notifications I actually want from this app?

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Re: Repeat "Introducing Privacy Monitor" Mobile Notifications - How to Turn Off w/o Turning Off ALL?

On an Android device, try opening Settings > General and turn off the Product Suggestions setting. See if that helps.

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Re: Repeat "Introducing Privacy Monitor" Mobile Notifications - How to Turn Off w/o Turning Off ALL?

Thank you for the suggestion, but that setting was already turned off long ago.

That said, it does seem that the incessant notifications finally stopped after I gave in and tapped the notification, taking me to the app and the "Privacy" setup.  I quit out after that and it seems that the app is no longer bugging me.  Will have to see if that holds.

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Re: Repeat "Introducing Privacy Monitor" Mobile Notifications - How to Turn Off w/o Turning Off ALL?

Thanks for posting back. Another thing you can look for is an X at the top of the message. Hover your cursor over the X and you might see a Do Not Ask Again option. If you do, click that.

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Re: Repeat "Introducing Privacy Monitor" Mobile Notifications - How to Turn Off w/o Turning Off ALL?

This thread is specifically about the mobile phone app (Android).  There is no cursor and there are no windows with "X" close symbols.

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Re: Repeat "Introducing Privacy Monitor" Mobile Notifications - How to Turn Off w/o Turning Off ALL?

Sorry. I deal with many threads a day, many at the same time. It can get a little confusing for this old guy to keep everything straight.   

As an FYI. The solution you found does also work on PC's.

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