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Who’s birthday is it today?

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Users today have countless ways of knowing or getting notified when their friends and family have birthdays. The most popular way comes from social networking where such data is shared publicly, but is there a way to get Gnome Shell notifications about this?

Actually there is and it is called “birthdays notify” and being just a simple GS extension it is easy to get and deal with.

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