A few from your favorite news apps, a couple from your messaging app, and a lot from all your social networking apps – notifications are useful but when not cleared for some time, they occupy the whole screen and looks unmanaged. You will, after going through a few notifications, clear everything and move on. Doing this may make you miss some important notifications. So, what can be done to manage these unorganized notifications? Wouldn’t it be great if all these notifications get stacked in a single card? Read on and you’ll find out. Here’s how to organize notification tray in Android.
How to organize notification tray in Android
There is an app called Notification Hub that can help you organize your notification tray, make it look cleaner, and you will never miss out on any important notification. This is a fairly easy-to-use app with visually soothing UI. Notification Hub will organize all the notifications from a specific app inside a card. These card will appear on your notification tray, along with your lock screen.
When you open the app, you will see a list of apps for which needs Notification Hub to be enabled. If you want a neat drawer, check all the boxes. This app will ask for two permissions – Notification access and Usage access. And, this is it. You don’t need to perform any complex set up procedures. From now on, all the notifications will be inside a single card with the app icon identifying which app the specific card is for.
Notification Hub does its job well. But when you need to access or read these notifications, these is a slight problem. All the notifications will stay on the card as long as you open the respective app through Notification Hub. This is not that big a deal, but some may find this bothering. Other than that, this app is excellent for keeping all your notifications under a single roof.
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