One UI 3 is the new version of the interface of Samsung, which is launched among some models of the brand in Europe. This new version of the manufacturer’s interface introduces a series of new functions, in addition to the novelties of Android 11, the version of Android on which it is based. One of these functions is the notification history.
Notification history gives you access to all notifications you have received on your phone, so you can see any notifications that you missed and mistakenly deleted. Users who already have Android 11 with One UI 3 on their Samsung mobile can use it, although it needs to be activated first.
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This is how the notification history of Samsung One UI 3 is activated
If you have a Samsung mobile that has already been updated to One UI 3, as is the case with the Galaxy S20 or Note 20 Ultra, then you can use this notification history. As we mentioned, this story allows you to see all notifications that were emitted on the phone, whether they were messages sent to you, notifications of screenshots or whatever was emitted on your mobile.
It can be a very useful tool, so it is best to activate it on your phone. The steps to activate this notification history are as follows:
- Open your phone’s settings.
- Enter notifications.
- Go down to the end.
- Enter advanced settings.
- Go to the Notification History section.
- Activate this option.
With these steps you will already have this notification history available on your Samsung mobile. You will be able to see all the notifications that have been issued on your phone, in order to see if there are any that you have missed and deleted by mistake, for example. When you have this history active on your mobile, all notifications will be displayed there, so they will always be accessible in this way. If there are any that you missed, you will be able to see them in this story.
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