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Customize your WMBF News app experience

Here's how to customize the alerts you receive from the WMBF News App on Android and iOS devices. Here's how to customize the alerts you receive from the WMBF News App on Android and iOS devices.
To customize your alerts, click the menu button in the top-left. Then scroll down to settings. To customize your alerts, click the menu button in the top-left. Then scroll down to settings.
Enable or disable all notifications, or specific notifications for breaking news, weather, traffic, etc. Enable or disable all notifications, or specific notifications for breaking news, weather, traffic, etc.
You can also set a "quiet time" to receive silent alerts from the app. You can also set a "quiet time" to receive silent alerts from the app.

Customize your alert settings

Thank you for downloading the WMBF News app. We want to provide news and information that is pertinent to you.

You can customize your experience easily. Tell us whether you want alerts on news, sports, weather and more.

Watch the video above for a walkthrough of how to adjust your settings in the app. You can tell us the types of alerts you want to receive.

You can also adjust the “quiet time” setting so that we won’t bother you when you want some peace and quiet.

It’s easy to change the settings anytime you want by navigating to the menu button and then tapping the “Settings” gear.

Again, thank you for getting the WMBF News app. We’re happy you’re with us!

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