Nowadays, Notification becomes an important part of our life as it notified us about messages or something important. It allows the application to notify users about incoming messages, new system events, and reminders, without the need for explicit interaction.
Sometimes we directly swipe right to hide or delete messages from the notification bar without knowing about that notification. Maybe that’s an important piece of information. So what should we do in that situation?
Well, there’s a way to make sure it never happens again. Android has a built-in notification history. So far, this piece of history has closed on its own, but it hasn’t, at least not in the cases we’ve seen.
How to view notification history? (Android 12 based One UI 4)
If your notification history is automatically enabled for Android 12, then it is very simple to check it.
- Firstly, swipe from the top of the display
- Then, scroll down to the end of your unread notification.
- Here, you will see the “History” button in the lower-left corner, click on it.
- After doing this your notification history will open. Here, you will see all the information you have read off/off in sequence.
If you see “Manage” instead of “History” under Notifications, your notification history is not enabled. So let us tell you how this function is turned on.
How to enable notification history? (Android 12 based One UI 4)
Below you can check the steps to enable the notification history.
- First, swipe to the top of your Home screen, to access your app drawer.
- Here’s an option of Settings, tap it.
- In the Settings menu, scroll down to the Notifications menu and navigate there. There you will see the option of “Notification History”, click on it.
- The first option you’ll see at the top, under “Notification history,” is to change “Use notification history.”
- You have to check the switch and enable notification history.
Here you can see all these notifications. If you don’t have any notifications, you can still navigate here because if you don’t have any unread notifications, the “History” button will not be displayed.
ONE UI 4.0
Back in November, Samsung has officially introduced the stable One UI 4.0 software system based on the Android 12 operating system. Meanwhile, the company has confirmed the One UI 4.0 rollout for Galaxy S21 series smartphones. Based on Android 12, One UI 4.0 comes with a new UI, new privacy features, Fluid motion, and animation, and more