The current user's notifications as represented in FQL.
The ID of the application associated with the notification. This may be a third-party application or a Facebook application (for example, Wall).
Any additional content the notification includes, in HTML.
The plaintext version of body_html, with all HTML tags stripped out.
The time the notification was originally sent. Notifications older than 7 days are deleted and will not be returned via this table.
The URL associated with the notification. This is usually a location where the user can interact with the subject of the notification.
The URL associated with the notification's icon.
is_hiddennumber (min: 0) (max: 1)
Indicates whether the user hid the associated application's notifications.
Indicates whether the notification has been marked as read. Use notifications.markRead to mark a notification as read.
The ID of the notification. This ID is not globally unique, so the recipient_id must be specified in addition to it.
The object id of the notification.
The object type (e.g. stream, photo, event etc.) of the notification.
The user ID of the recipient of the notification. It is always the current session user.
The user ID of the sender of the notification.
The main body of the notification in HTML.
The plaintext version of title_html, with all HTML tags stripped out.
The time the notification was originally sent, or the time the notification was updated, whichever is later.
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