Intelligent Social Media Notification System for Discourse App
Web mining is the method of mining valuable statistics from server logs. Social media sites are depended on the basis of web mining concept to post and retrieve the views and comments from other users. Today social community groups are increasing in a vast amount. They used to share their views in social media such as “Telegram, Whatsapp, etc”. In this “n” number of threads are created by the users and other user of that community finds difficulty in viewing the post. The idea of the paper is to view the notifications and description about the notification was received through telegram. It reduces the unwanted posts that received in notification were neglected by the receiver if it is not useful.
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