Fantasy football is becoming extremely popular, and the new ESPN Fantasy Football app makes it easy to draft and manage your teams right from your phone. Unfortunately, however, the app has notification sounds turned on by default, and a lot of the updates that trigger a notification take place in the middle of the night. So if you were recently woken up in the middle of the night by an update from this app, you can follow the steps outlined below to disable this sound and make sure that it doesn’t happen again.
Disable Notification Sounds on the iPhone’s ESPN Fantasy Football App
Note that if you were using the ESPN Fantasy Football app last year, then you may currently have two different apps on your phone. Be sure to follow the steps below to disable the sounds for the new app, then you can follow the steps in this article to delete the old app. We are also only going to be disabling the notification sound. You will still receive the notifications.
Step 1: Touch the Settings icon.
Step 2: Select the Notifications option.
Step 3: Scroll down to the Football option. Note the option selected in the image below, as that is for the new app. The one that is labeled as ESPN FFL is the old app, and adjusting the settings in there will not disable the sounds on the new app.
Step 4: Scroll down, then move the slider to the right of Sounds to the Off position.
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