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Galaxy S8/S8+ are the latest sensation in the market right now. Both the devices are fast contenders for the best flagship phone of 2017. Apart from the beastly hardware and magnificent Infinity Display Samsung has a lot to offer in the software of Galaxy S8/S8+. Many new and awesome software features were introduced in Galaxy S8, one such feature is disabling app notifications on Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+. This option can be a little bit tricky so we decided to write a complete tutorial on How to Customize App Notifications on Galaxy S8/S8+. You can also customize notification behavior for each individual app.
Everybody wants latest updates related to the apps installed on their phone. But the preferences for push notifications for different apps can differ from user to user, like for some weather app notifications will be much more important than the new photo funny cat photo uploaded on some funny images app. To cater the needs of all users, Galaxy S8 allows you customize app notifications according to your needs. Let’s see How to Customize App Notifications on Galaxy S8/S8+.
How to Customize App Notifications on Galaxy S8/S8+
- Go to Settings App from App drawer.
- Select Notifications from Settings.
- Toggle the All apps switch at the top to turn on/off all apps notifications.
- However, if you want to set individual app notification behavior then select an app from Settings >> Notifications.
- For each individual app, you have different options to set notification behavior.
- Allow notifications
- Show silently
- On lock screen
- Set as priority
This how you can customize app notifications on Galaxy S8/S8+. With these options at your disposal, you can avoid the overwhelming amount of notifications. Most of the times, we don’t even bother to see the notifications for many apps. Now you can customize, and only turn on notifications for apps which are important to you. This will also help increase the battery timing as push notifications consume battery since the phone is always looking for new updates for apps.