We’ve understood for a while now that Google has been dealing with a method to quickly reveal users all the notices they’ve just recently received. Now, finally, in the second designer sneak peek of Android 11, we get to see what Google has in mind. In Android 11 DP2, when you swipe down the notice drawer, there’s a link at the bottom that says History or Manage (it spontaneously changed for us). Tapping History takes you to a new section of Android that notes out actually every notification that’s come through your phone recently– even ones you normally would not see.
Check out the screenshots below to get an idea of what it appears like:
/ * */. The organization of the previous alerts in Android 11 is pretty simple. At the top are notifications you just recently dismissed, which is best for when you mistakenly swipe something away and wish to find out what it was. Beneath that section is a running list of all the alerts you either saw or didn’t see that day.
A few of the notices that appear in the Today area are things you do not really see, such as apps communicating with the Android system or silent updates. This is a fascinating new tool that might assist you find resource-heavy apps or rogue apps that you do not understand about.
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You’ll likewise discover above that you can turn off the Android 11 notice history. This is a great tool, so we’re uncertain why you would want it switched off, but you have that choice as of now. For what it’s worth, the choice was off by default when we booted up.
As typical, this is simply a developer sneak peek of Android 11, so this feature could look extremely various– or get eliminated completely– by the time the stable variation of the operating system launches.