Want to know how to turn off your Google News Feed? Here’s a quick and easy guide on how to do it.
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Open the Google app on your device
Open the Google app on your device. If you’re using an iOS device, you may need to tap the Three Dots first.
From the main page, tap your Profile picture or initial.
Tap Manage your Google Account.
Tap Data & Personalization.
Under “General preferences for the web,” tap News feed controls.
Tap your profile picture or initial in the top right corner
To turn off your Google News feed, tap your profile picture or initial in the top right corner. Then, select “Settings.” On the “Settings” page, scroll down and tap “Your Feed.” Finally, toggle the “Follow topics” setting to the off position.
To turn off your Google News feed, tap the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of the app, then tap “Settings.” Tap “General,” then turn off “Allow notifications.” This will prevent Google News from sending you any notifications. You can also turn off “Breaking news alerts” and “Local news notifications” if you only want to receive notifications for certain types of stories.
Turn off “Show full articles in Newsstand”
Open the “Settings” tab by pressing the three dots in the top-right corner of the Google News homepage. Then, press “Settings,” which is the fourth option down on the resulting drop-down menu. Doing so will open a new tab. Scroll down to “Show full articles in Newsstand.” This option is turned on by default, but you can toggle it off by tapping the white switch to the right of it.