One of the best benefits of Android over iOS is its notification system, and despite the fact that both systems have already undergone significant improvements, each new version of Google Google shows us that it is always possible to step up and improve. And on Android 11 these will get the improvements we've been looking for.
Have you ever accidentally left a notification removed without reading the text message? Not that it happens to us too often, but when it does happen it is really annoying, and they even have to turn to other programs. But with Android 11 it won't happen.
Manually deleting notifications will no longer be a problem
Few hours ago when Google released a third Developer preview Android 11, a far crystalline version but that gradually goes on to explain the features and small improvements to the next version of Android. If one of your reasons for using Android is notification management, you'll love this one.
New location for & # 39; Applications running in the background & # 39; when dismissing a previously dismissed notice. pic.twitter.com/eT6outAY3G
– • Futur3Sn0w 11 DP3 • (@ Futur3Sn0w) April 23, 2020
As the user indicates @ Futur3Sn0w on Twitter, the good news for notifications is in the history compiled in the category itself. In the meantime when you swipe a non-removable notification, a history of active alerts appears.
This history has it transparency, so that these notifications do not attract our attention but are still there. If you tap one of these notifications, go back to the traditional notifications panel.
Android 11 developer preview: what's new and how to install it
Google has released the latest version of Android 11, called the preview for Android3 developers. These are changes and developments.
At this point, history remains in effect of this kind of endless notifications, but we have to consider that his first appearance is Developer preview. It is hoped that in later editions of this history, all those messages we have accidentally deleted will appear.