Update fatigue: always promps to install updates the worst possible time: the morning
GNOME Software seems to only ever prompt me to install updates immediately after I turn on my computer in the morning. This is the worst-possible time to do so: I just turned on my computer, so surely I don't want to turn it off again right away. I'd rather be prompted to install updates in the evening instead, right before I'm about to turn off the computer.
Since GNOME Software is not psychic and cannot know when I want to update, I suggest not immediately notifying about available updates. Instead, wait a day or two and only notify if I've failed to install the updates after that time. I should normally install them when I shut down the computer at the end of the day, assuming the prepared update is not invalidated before then.
Alternatively, GNOME Software could notify only once every week or two at most. Getting the same notification every day or two right after booting my computer isn't helping.