Best Practices Recommendation with Route Resolvers

Hello I am trying to optimize my data/app performance using app shell strategy with route resolvers and storing data to fetch existing results. My questions is should i be using route resolvers on say a Notifications page where I need to pull in the latest results every x minutes? should I use BehaviorSubject instead to store the data? what do experts recommend?

My example resolver:

async resolve(route: ActivatedRouteSnapshot): Promise<DataStore<NotificationsModel>> {
    const dataSource: Observable<NotificationsModel> = this.notificationsService.getNotificationsDataSource(
      parseInt(route.paramMap.get('userid'), 10)
    );
    const dataStore: DataStore<NotificationsModel> = this.notificationsService.getNotificationsStore(dataSource);
    return dataStore;
  }

I fetch data like so:

ngOnInit(): void {
  this.fetchRouteData();
}

fetchRouteData(): void {
    const routeData$ = this.route.data.pipe(
      take(1),
      switchMap((resolvedRouteData: IResolvedRouteData<NotificationsModel>) => {
        return ResolverHelper.extractData<NotificationsModel>(resolvedRouteData.data, NotificationsModel);
      }),
      catchError(err => throwError(err))
    );
    routeData$.subscribe((state) => {
      if (state && !state.isShell) {
        this.notificationsState = state;
        this.notifications = this.notificationsState.notifications;
        this.unread = state.unread;
        this.total_notifications = state.total;
      }
    }, (err) => { console.log(err); });
  }

I am far from an expert in this app shell / route resolver strategy so if I am asking the wrong questions please let me know. I just want to find the best way to get the data in my app quickly and efficiently.