Are you sick of missing important notifications on your iPhone? Well, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this blog post, we’ll show you how to see notifications feature on your iPhone.
How to enable notifications on your iPhone
Assuming you’re referring to app notifications, here’s how to see notifications on iPhone
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap Notifications.
- Scroll down to the list of your apps and tap the one for which you want to change notification settings.
- Tap Allow Notifications to turn on notifications for that app. To turn off notifications, tap Don’t Allow Notifications.
How to customize your notifications settings on iPhone
With iOS 12, you can fine-tune the types of notifications you see and how they’re delivered. To manage your notifications, open the Settings app on your iPhone, then tap Notifications. Here you can customize the following options:
Notification Grouping: This option groups your notifications by app, which can make it easier to see what’s important at a glance. By default, Notification Grouping is turned on.
Allow Notifications: This toggle turns all notifications from all apps on or off.
Show Previews: This setting determines whether the content of your notifications is visible on your lock screen and in Notification Center, or whether it’s hidden until you unlock your device. You can choose to show previews Always, When Unlocked, or Never.
Badge App Icon: This toggle determines whether a red dot appears on an app’s icon when it has unread notifications.
How to view your notifications history on iPhone
Notifications on iPhone can be useful, but they can also be annoying. If you have a lot of notifications, you may want to view your notifications history to see what you’ve missed. Here’s how to do it:
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap on “Notifications.”
- Tap on “History.”
- You’ll now see a list of your recent notifications.
How to clear your notifications on iPhone
To clear all notifications at once, tap Clear. To clear individual notifications, tap an X next to the notification.
How to use Do Not Disturb mode on iPhone
With Do Not Disturb, you can silence all incoming calls, alerts, and notifications. You can schedule Do Not Disturb and allow calls from certain people. And you can use Do Not Disturb with Bedtime to help you get a good night’s sleep.
How to use Notifications on iPhone
Notifications on iPhone provide a quick, convenient way to keep track of what’s going on without having to open each app individually. They can be displayed as a badge on the app icon, as a alert, or as a banner across the top of the screen. You can also choose how and where you would like to be notified, such as through sound or vibration.
Here’s how to use notifications on your iPhone:
Tap Settings > Notifications.
Select an app from the list and then turn on Allow Notifications at the top of the screen.
Choose how you would like to be notified by tapping one of the following options:
- Badge App Icon: A red badge with a number appears on the app icon when there is something new to see.
- Sounds: You’ll hear a sound when there is a new notification.
- Alerts: An alert appears in the middle of the screen when there is something new to see. You can tap it to open the app or clear it.
- Banners: A banner appears across the top of the screen when there is something new to see. You can tap it to open the app or clear it.
You can also tap Settings > Sounds > Text Tone to set a custom sound for text messages or iMessages (if you have an iPhone with iOS 7 or later).
How to use Notification Center on iPhone
Notification Center is where all of your iPhone alerts are stored. If you have an iPhone 6s or later, you can use 3D Touch to access more options for each notification.
To see your notifications, swipe down from the top of the screen.
To clear all the notifications, tap Clear.
If you have an iPhone 6s or later, you can use 3D Touch to clear all notifications at once:
Press firmly on the Notification Center.
Swipe up to Clear All Notifications.
How to use Lock Screen Notifications on iPhone
Assuming you’ve got Notifications enabled for your apps (you are using Do Not Disturb, right?), you can see your recent notifications from the Lock screen by simply swiping down from the top of the screen.
You’ll see a brief summary of each notification—Who it’s from, what it’s about—and you can tap to view the full notification. Tapping Clear will dismiss all notifications.
If you want to see more than just a summary of each notification, you can enable Previews. Go to Settings > Notifications and tap an app. Under Options, tap Show Previews and choose Always, When Unlocked, or Never.