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When you tap the gear icon, a new popup will appear asking what priority you want to give to that particular app (Figure B). Tap Show Notifications Silently, Block All Notifications, or Don't Silence Or Block. Tap Done.
When you tap the gear icon, a new popup will appear asking what priority you want to give to that particular app (Figure B). Tap Show Notifications Silently, Block All Notifications, or Don't Silence Or Block. Tap Done.
Tap on Settings. On your iPhone or iPad open up Settings. Tap on Notifications. Toggle on Group by App. Open Settings > Notifications. Tap on Sort Order choose Manual. Rearrange Apps. Open Settings and tap on Notifications. Tap on Sort Order.
To choose which notifications you'd like to treat as priority notifications, head on over to your phone's Settings app, then tap Sound & notificationa one-stop shop of sorts for all things related to notifications and alert sounds. Next, tap Do not disturb, then tap Priority only allows.
Go into the Apps & Notifications section of your system settings, then select any app and tap "App notifications." If the app has proper Oreo-level notification support (Google Photos is a good example), you'll be able to select different categories of notifications for the app and then change their importance level.
Android Lollipop introduced the concept of priority notifications: These notifications rise to the top of the notifications screen, and you can choose to continue receiving auditory or vibration alerts for these notifications even when you have all other notifications muted.
These alleged upcoming features have been spotted in the latest beta update on Android. This also brings the WhatsApp beta app on Android to version 2.18. Spotted by WABEta Info, the website that keeps track of WhatsApp changes, the 'High Priority' feature allows users to manage push notifications better.
To choose which notifications you'd like to treat as priority notifications, head on over to your phone's Settings app, then tap Sound & notificationa one-stop shop of sorts for all things related to notifications and alert sounds. Next, tap Do not disturb, then tap Priority only allows.
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