Recently, I received an update to my Galaxy Note 10+ to Android 10. In this release, Samsung includes the Galaxy User Interface 2 (UI2) feature called "Notification how you want them".
This feature allows us to easily configure how we want the notification of some apps. The original approach was that we have to go into Settings then goto the Notification settings to set the desired notificaton for each app.
This new "Notification how you want them" feature allows us to enable or disable the notification of each app directly from the notification panel. This is very intuitivive as we can just disable the notification that we do not like as they appear.
So if you pull down the status bar from the top you will see the notification events:
pull down the status bar to see the notification panel
If you long press the notification you want to change the setting for:
long press on the notification event that you want to change the behavior
You can change the behavior of the notification from that app.
Pretty cool hah!
Enjoy & Bye for now.
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