How to Remove Google Pay Rs. 1 Tips Notifications

Remove Google Pay Tips Notifications

Ever got annoyed by the notification to send a tip to someone on Google Pay? Yes, by default, Google Pay sends a notification message to you once one of your contacts joins the service. Google adds this feature to increase app engagement. However, it might be annoying in most cases, as it is completely a useless notification.

Here in this artcile, we will check how we can disable or remove the Rs. 1 Tip notification on Google Pay.

Google Pay Rs.1 Tip Notification

Google Pay in India used to send its user a Tip notification once one of their contacts newly joined Google Pay. So, if one of your friends or relative, whose contact is already saved within your mobile, joins the Google Pay service, you will get a notification on your device asking to donate Rs. 1 to that person. It is just a notification, and no further action is required. However, it is useless, and most time, people don’t prefer such messages.

How to Remove Google Pay Tip Notification?

Removing the tip notification from the Google Pay app is simple. To disable the Rs. 1 Tip notification, follow the below steps.

Step 1: Open the Google Pay application on your Android or iOS device.

Step 2: Tap on your profile picture at the top right corner.

Step 3: Now click on the Settings option from the Profile section.

Step 4: Then, tap on the Notifications & emails option from the settings page.

Step 5: In the Notifications & emails section, you can see the Google Pay tips option as the first item.

Step 6: If the Google Pay tips are enabled, you need to turn that off/ disable.

Done, once it is disabled, you won’t receive further notification regarding the Google Pay Tips on your phone if someone joins Google Pay.

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