Currently Being ModeratedNov 2, 2013 2:22 PM (in response to Tokoro)
The user is notified by 1) the Notification Center and 2) the app itself.
If you feel that this should be handled differently, you may want to mention this to Apple via feedback:
EDIT: By the way, if you do not want a numbered badge icon, you can turn that off in Settings > Notification Center > select the app > Badge App Icon = Off
Currently Being ModeratedNov 3, 2013 4:22 PM (in response to Apfelwurm)
So this is the normal way people use notifications... they just turn them off? Or is it unusual for people to have multiple iOS devices plus a Mac?
I'm just curious if other people have better ways of managing this. As I mentioned, I actually want to be notified if I miss a FaceTime call, if I get a response to a post, etc... I just don't want to have to spend minutes each time clearing them in multiple ways from every device I own. There has to be a better way.
Consider this... Let's say I have multiple phones in my house, they ring, and I answer on the downstairs phone. I don't expect to have the other phones in the house nagging me that I missed the call and requiring that I pick up each phone and interact with it to silence it.