Any social network like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Google+ and more sends an intimation email by default. This happens for any new activity or for any update made on your network. This is a very useful feature but, as there are more users, the notifications about several updates get your inbox clogged with a lot of mails.
These email notifications can be disabled right from the social network itself. Imagine you have accounts in many networks, then you have to hover to the specific settings page of each and every network to control the notifications.
There is a website to help you in such situations. Go to www.notificationcontrol.com. It is a website that has links to the settings page of many social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Foursqaure, LinkedIn, Google+, Dribble, StumbleUpon, Path and more.
Click on the social network for which you like to disable the email notifications. It will open the settings page of the network. There will be an option to disable the email notifications. You simply have to un-check the option and save the changes. As you click on the link, it opens the network in a new tab. This ensures that the website does not save the login information.
Have you tried disabling the email notifications for your account? Was the website useful? Tell us your experience in the comments section below.