Nash

Aha. So the way to check a notification is by using the Notification facade? And not by checking the notifications relationship on the user? Even if you don't use Notification::fake() in your test...

@pimski No, this is related to my previous example using Notification::fake(). I just pointed out that you can access the notification and check the contents just fine. You don't need to manually query the DB for that.

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