Notification in a sentence as a noun

They can't, for example, investigate to see if the claims in the notification are true.

"Simon counters by saying that they only send one notification per day and that users opt-in.

A blacked-out Google Doodle or a notification at the top of the Facebook newsfeed would go a very long way.

I don't think its overstating the situation to say: Facebook changes profiles without permission or notification.

Thank you, Apple, for protecting me from a news aggregation/notification and mapping app like this one. I'll stick to my fart sound boards and purchasing currency for manipulative "games" with zero actual entertainment value any day!

There needs to be accountability, transparency, up-front notification, and ability for an individual to opt out without suffering any repercussions.

"But also:"The shifting industry practices force investigators to make difficult choices: withdraw data requests, allow notification to happen or go to magistrate judges to seek either gag orders or search warrants, which typically are issued under seal for a fixed period of time, delaying notification.

Notification definitions


an accusation of crime made by a grand jury on its own initiative

See also: presentment


informing by words

See also: telling apprisal


a request for payment; "the notification stated the grace period and the penalties for defaulting"

See also: notice