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How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Learn how to view and manage your notifications to minimize interruptions throughout the day.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Open from the Lock screen

You can see your recent notifications on the Lock screen by picking up your iPhone or waking your iPad. You can also do these things from the Lock screen:

  • Tap a single notification to open the app that it’s from.
  • Tap a group of notifications to view all recent notifications from that app.
  • Swipe left over a notification to manage alerts for that app, view the notification, or clear the notification.
  • Touch and hold a notification* to view the notification and perform quick actions if the app offers them.

To show the contents of notifications on the Lock screen without unlocking your device, go to Settings > Notifications > Show Previews, and select Always.

* On iPhone SE (2nd generation), swipe left on the notification, then tap View to see the notification and perform any quick actions that the app supports.

Open from Notification Center

The Notification Center shows your notifications history, allowing you to scroll back and see what you’ve missed. There are two ways to see your alerts from the Notification Center:

  • From the Lock screen, swipe up from the middle of the screen.
  • From any other screen, swipe down from the center of the top of your screen.

To clear your notification history, touch and hold the X button and tap Clear All Notifications. Or tap the X button and tap Clear.

Few days ago, Google announced that they have released the push notification support for Gmail for mobile devices such as iPhone and Windows Mobile. Today, let us show you how you can set up a push Gmail account on your iPhone.

By following this tutorial, you can also configure it to sync your contact and calendar.

Before you start, please note that Google sync only work with iPhone firmware 3.0 and above.

Getting Started

1. Tap on the Settings.app icon on the home page

2. Scroll down and open Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

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3. Tap Add Account

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

4. Select Microsoft Exchange.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

5. In the Email field, enter your Gmail address.

Leave the Domain field blank.

Enter your Google’s Username and Password.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Once done, tap Save. You might see the “Unable to verify certificate” error message. Select Accept.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

6. A new Server input field will now appear. Enter “m.google.com“. Tap Next to continue.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

7. Select the Google services that you want to sync. For me, I activated all the available synchronization services. Tap Done.

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Your Google sync Push notification services is now set up.

To activate the push notification, you need to turn the Push feature on in the iPhone Settings section.

At the Mail, Contacts, Calendar section, tap Fetch New Data

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Make sure that the Push is turned to ON.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Few things to note:

1. Google sync requires you to be constantly connected to the Web. You have to keep your 3G or WIFI connection ‘Always ON’ for the best result.

2. The push notification can be very draining on your battery life. If you value your battery life much more than the push technology, turn the Push feature OFF for optimal performance.

Damien Oh started writing tech articles since 2007 and has over 10 years of experience in the tech industry. He is proficient in Windows, Linux, Mac, Android and iOS, and worked as a part time WordPress Developer. He is currently the owner and Editor-in-Chief of Make Tech Easier.

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I chose not to use this push feature due to battery consumption. After enabling this feature I noticed the memory dropped by about 7mb. The mail app was constantly running. The spinning wheel would refresh every few seconds. Since I don’t have time sensitive emails I would rather not have my phone always working so hard.

This feature is useful only if you need to access your email very frequently. Other than that, for those battery-conscious user, I would strongly advise them not to use this feature.

Nevertheless, it is good to know that such feature exists

actually, push is being touted as battery friendly as the phone does not have to check for mails anymore. Only if you receive a lot of mails, push may decrease battery life.

Hey,
I configured th way u said. I actually get a mail received sound and the mail is there in the inbox but there is no push Notificaion?

this was awsome saved me a trip to the store… Thank you

This great mate. I want using my iPhone as i couldn’t find way to transfer my contacts to iPhone.

But this is very easy and great way to do.

Thanks for sharing with us.

Thank you. Worked perfectly

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How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Anyone with an iPhone or iPad is familiar with notifications and how overwhelming they can become. Luckily, Apple provides a single location where you can view and manage them called Notification Center. Here’s how to view it.

On iPhone and iPad, Notification Center is a centralized interface for reviewing notifications on your device that have been received from apps or the operating system itself. To view Notification Center while your iPhone or iPad is unlocked, swipe downward from the center of the upper edge of the screen.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Take care not to swipe downward from the upper-right edge of the screen. On iPads and modern iPhones without a home button, that gesture opens Control Center. As of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, however, you can also swipe down from the upper-left edge of the screen.

To view Notification Center on the Lock screen, swipe upward from the middle of the screen until it appears. (You can enable or disable Notification Center on the Lock screen in Settings > Touch ID & Passcode or Face ID & Passcode.)

Once launched, you will see a special screen titled “Notification Center” that lists recent notifications. If an app has sent more than one notification, the notifications may be stacked together. Tap the stack to see all of the notifications expanded.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

In Notification Center, you can swipe to the right on a particular notification to open it in the originating app. If you swipe quickly to the left, you can clear that notification away. Or if you want to clear all notifications at once, tap the small “X” button beside the “Notification Center” heading, then tap “Clear.”

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

You can also turn off certain notifications from this screen by slowly swiping your finger to the left on a notification bubble and tapping “Manage” in the options that appear.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

If notifications repeatedly get on your nerves, you can disable them on a per-app basis in Settings. Visit Settings > Notifications, then tap an app you’d like to manage. There, you can select the type notifications you’d like to receive or disable them completely. Good luck!

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Manage and Secure Notifications on Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Posted on November 30th, 2020 by Kirk McElhearn

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

In general, our computing devices are passive. They perform tasks for us when we click buttons or enter some text, but otherwise they just wait for our commands. With the rise of mobile devices, “push” notifications became a way for our devices to alert us when certain things happen. We can get notified when we get text messages, phone calls, or emails, and we can have our favorite apps display notifications of the latest news, stock prices, and sports scores.

But it’s very easy for these notifications to overwhelm us. If you allow notifications on your iPhone from every app you use, you may spend more time checking your notifications than getting things done. While some notifications can be very important – phone calls and text messages, for example – too many notifications is bad for our sanity.

One problem is that you can get notification overload: you get so many notifications that it’s hard to keep up, and you eventually ignore them because you’re just too busy. Another issue is that if your notifications display sensitive information on your device when it is locked, anyone can see them. And finally, website notifications, the browser on your Mac, can be a security risk, as they can be hijacked to try to scam you.

In this article, I’m going to explain how you can control notifications on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. I’ll show you how to do this so you only get the most important notifications, and I’ll also explain the settings to apply to keep your notifications secure.

Pruning notifications

When you install a new app on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, if that app is able to display notifications it will ask you to allow it to do so. When we are in a hurry, we may instinctively click or tap on the buttons to get things done quickly without paying attention. But it’s a good idea to think carefully before you allow apps to display notifications.

It’s a good idea to go into the notification settings on your devices and check which apps are allowed to display notifications. On a Mac, go to System Preferences > Notifications.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Each app on your device that can display notifications is listed here; click one to see its options. In the screenshot above, you see the settings for 1Password. Here are you options:

  • Allow Notifications: if you don’t need notifications from an app, toggle this off. You should perform a notifications audit from time to time, and turn off all the apps that you allowed whose notifications you really don’t need. iPassword uses notifications to alert you to app updates, and otherwise isn’t intrusive, but some apps want to notify you often.
  • Alert style: You can choose None, Banners, or Alerts. Banners are temporary, and go away after a few seconds; I use these with the Music app, which displays a notification each time a song changes. Alerts, however, stay on screen until you act on them; I use these for calendar alerts, for example. Use these for important notifications.
  • Other options: There are other options, which include whether you want notifications to display on the lock screen, in Notification Center, and whether you want a badge to show on the app’s icon in the dock. On a Mac, displaying notifications on the lock screen is likely not a problem, unless other people can access your Mac. On an iPhone or iPad, however, you should think carefully about this. For example, you don’t want text messages to display on the lock screen of your iPhone where anyone could see them if it’s just lying on a desk or table, or even on your Mac where a co-worker looking over your shoulder could read them.
  • Play sound for notifications: I find it annoying that, by default, many apps want to play sounds for notifications. I uncheck this for all my apps. However, on an iPhone, you can set notifications to vibrate only, which I find a great way to know when I’ve got a text message or important email from a VIP.
  • ‌Show previews: There are three options here: always, when unlocked, and never. At the bottom of the window there is a default setting to choose whether previews display or not, and you can override this for each app. I have mine set to when unlocked so no one can see any sensitive information on the screen when I’m away.

Notifications on an iPhone

To view notification settings on an iOS or iPadOS device, go to Settings > Notifications; these settings are similar.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

As mentioned above, the iPhone offers an option to vibrate instead of playing a sound, and, if you use CarPlay, certain apps can also display notifications on screen in your car.

There is one specific notification setting for Messages on the iPhone. If you go to Settings > Siri & Search > Announce Messages, you can choose to have messages announced when you are wearing headphones. However, this only works with 2nd generation AirPods, AirPods Pro, and some Beats headphones.

Notifications from your web browser

Web browsers can also display notifications from websites. This allows them to let you know when there’s breaking news, for example. You’ll see some websites ask if you want to receive notifications.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

These push notifications come from a website, through Safari, and display as regular notifications on your Mac; you don’t need to be viewing the site to get them. The problem with these notifications is that they are increasingly used to display ads, and can even be dangerous, used for click fraud and potentially for phishing.

In Safari, go to Website > Notifications to see which sites have been allowed or denied. If you don’t ever want this sort of notification, the easiest thing to do is to uncheck the option at the bottom of the window: Allow websites to ask for permission to send notifications.

Notifications are useful, but they can overwhelm us, and disclose sensitive information to others. A simple notification audit can help you ensure that your notifications are efficient and secure.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Android users have been a spoiled bunch when it comes to device notifications. iPhone and iPad users had to wait until 2011 to see a notification center appear on their devices. It works pretty well though it handles things much differently than its Google counterpart.

We’ve spent quite a bit of time lately discussing notifications, specifically managing them on Android 5 Lollipop, and also how to tame Facebook’s myriad ways of interrupting you. Let’s turn our attention now to iOS and show you how notifications work on those devices. Like we said, the iOS notification center is still somewhat new, but it’s fairly mature and easy to use.

The Notification Center

The Notification Center can be accessed by swiping downward from the top edge of your iPhone or iPad, and then swiping left. Any apps allowed to push notifications to your device will be displayed here.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

If you want to clear a group of notifications, tap the “X” in the upper-right corner. If you want to clear a specific notification, press and swipe left and an “X” will appear next to it.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Easy enough, but how do you configure apps to even show (or hide) notifications in the first place? That’s also easy. For one, usually when you install an app on your iPhone or iPad, it will ask you if you want to allow it to display notifications on your device. You don’t have to put a lot of thought into this because you can always go into the system settings and change it.

Notifications Settings on iOS

Open the settings and tap “Notifications” to see your apps list. First off, check out the sorting options. You can sort them by the time they arrive, or by how you want them to appear. To do this, tap “Edit” in the upper-right corner and you can drag your apps around so their notifications appear in the order you prefer.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Tap on an app to adjust its individual settings. We’ll show you what Messages looks like because it’s a rather extensive example of what you might find.

At the top is the most important setting of all: Allow Notifications, so if you want to disable or enable them, here’s where you do that. Beyond this, you have the option to decide how many notifications can appear in the Notification Center (from none to twenty). You may also be able to choose a notification sound (or simply turn the sound on or off), as well as whether or not this particular app can appear on the Lock Screen.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

If you have the Badge App Icon setting enabled, it means that if an app wants to alert you to unread e-mails or messages, it will typically show an unread counter (badge) on its app icon, as seen here with Hangouts.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

If we scroll down further, there are options for choosing how notifications appear as they happen. This means that if you’re using another app on your device, and for example, someone sends you a message or an e-mail arrives. You can decide whether you see that notification as a banner, an alert, or not at all.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Banners appear at the top of your screen and disappear automatically while alerts appear in the middle of your screen, and must be acted upon before they go away.

Scrolling down further, we see even more options. These are specific to Messages, but you’ll also see a similar set of choices in Photos and Game Center, among others.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Some apps, such as the native Apple Calendar may allow you to adjust notifications by categories. You see, each calendar notification group – upcoming events, invitations, invitee responses, and changes – has its own set of notifications you can configure, which will be very much like those we’ve already described.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Basically, that is the long and short of dealing with notifications on iOS. The nice thing about it is how much say you have over whether an app can display notifications, how they display them, and so on. So, now if you’re getting badgered by one particular app, or you’re missing out on important messages from another, you know exactly how to fix it.

Let’s turn things over to you now. Got an opinion you’d like to share with us, or a burning question you want to ask? Our discussion forum is open and we welcome your feedback.

В Настройках можно выбрать приложения, которые будут отправлять уведомления, изменить звук уведомлений, настроить уведомления с учетом геопозиции, разрешить уведомления от госучреждений и настроить другие параметры.

Изменение настроек уведомлений

В большинстве случаев для каждого приложения можно задать свои настройки уведомлений. Вы можете включать или отключать уведомления приложений, включать звук уведомлений, выбирать способ и место отображения уведомлений для каждого приложения, когда устройство разблокировано, а также настраивать другие параметры.

Откройте «Настройки» > «Уведомления».

Чтобы выбрать когда миниатюры уведомлений будут появляться на экране, коснитесь «Показ миниатюр», затем выберите нужный вариант: «Всегда», «Без блокировки» или «Никогда». (В отдельных приложениях можно настроить игнорирование данной настройки).

В миниатюрах может отображаться текст (из Сообщений или Почты) и сведения о приглашении (из Календаря).

Коснитесь «Назад», затем выберите приложение в разделе «Стиль уведомлений» и включите или выключите функцию «Допуск уведомлений».

Если Вы включили показ уведомлений, выберите, где и как их отображать для данного приложения (например, на заблокированном экране или в Центре уведомлений).

Для многих приложений также можно настроить стиль баннера, звуки и значки уведомлений.

Коснитесь «Группировка» и выберите способ группировки уведомлений.

По приложению. Все уведомления из одного приложения группируются вместе.

Автоматически. Уведомления из приложения группируются в зависимости от критерия сортировки в приложении (например, темы или цепочки).

Выключение. Отключение группировки.

Чтобы отключить уведомления для отдельных приложений, откройте «Настройки» > «Уведомления» > «Предложения Siri» и отключите уведомления в нужных приложениях.

Отображение недавних уведомлений на экране блокировки

Вы также можете открыть Центр уведомлений с экрана блокировки.

Откройте «Настройки» и, в зависимости от модели устройства, коснитесь одного из вариантов:

Face ID и код‑пароль

Touch ID и код-пароль

Включите Центр уведомлений (в разделе «Доступ с блокировкой экрана»).

Отключение звука всех уведомлений

Спросите Siri. Скажите, например: «Включи “Не беспокоить”». Узнайте, как давать команды Siri.

Вы также можете открыть «Настройки» > «Не беспокоить» и включить режим «Не беспокоить».

Включение уведомлений с учетом геопозиции

Некоторые приложения используют данные о Вашей геопозиции для отправки уведомлений с учетом того, где Вы сейчас находитесь. Например, Вы увидите напоминание о звонке, когда прибудете в определенное место, или покинете его.

Если Вы не хотите отображать подобные уведомления, их можно отключить.

Откройте «Настройки» > «Конфиденциальность» > «Службы геолокации».

Включите службы геолокации.

Коснитесь приложения, а затем выберите, хотите ли Вы во время использования приложения предоставить ему данные о Вашей геопозиции.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

AppleInsider’s helpful guide explains how to adjust which app notifications will be displayed to you on your devices running iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, and how to change your preferences.

If you’ve ever wondered how to enable, disable, or change the types of notifications you get on your iPhone or iPad, this is the perfect guide for you. We’ll walk you through enabling and disabling notifications, changing app notification permissions, and changing how notifications are displayed on your lock screen. We’ll also show you the process for turning on and off government alerts.

How to change notification previews in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap Notifications
  3. Tap Show Previews
  4. Select either Always, When Unlocked, or Never

How to manage notifications in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 for individual apps

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap Notifications
  3. Select the app you want to modify
  4. Toggle Allow Notifications off to turn off all notifications for an individual app.
  5. Under Alerts, you can toggle what kind of alerts the app can send you
    • None: Notifications don’t appear on-screen at all
    • Banners: Notifications appear at top of the screen and disappear after a few seconds
    • Alerts: Notifications appear in the center of the the screen and must be manually dismissed
  • Automatic: Notifications from the app are grouped according to organizing criteria within the app.
  • By app: All the notifications from the app are grouped together and are shown in chronological order
  • Off: Notifications are not grouped and shown as individual alerts

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

You also may want to change whether or not you can access Notification Center when your iPhone is locked. Toggling the setting off ensures no one can read any notifications you get while your phone is locked while toggling it on offers more convenience.

How to enable recent notifications on the Lock screen on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap Face ID & Passcode or Touch ID & Passcode
  3. Enter your passcode
  4. Scroll to Allow Access When Locked
  5. Enable Notification Center

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Lastly, you can manage what sort of government alerts you get on your iPad or iPhone, too. In the United States, you have the option to turn off AMBER, Public Safety, and Emergency Alerts — they’re automatically enabled by default. You cannot disable presidential alerts.

How to turn off Government Alerts on iPhone and iPad

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap Notifications
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the screen
  4. Toggle off (or on) any alerts you would like to receive.

Important: iPhone and iPad users in Japan users have the option to get Emergency Earthquake Alerts from the Japan Meteorological Agency.

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Google+ has been notorious for sending out notifications for every little thing. Someone +1’s your comment. Someone shared your photo. Someone added you to their circles. The list goes on and on. But what if you don’t actually want all these notifications? What if you just want to be notified for the important things? It’s actually not that hard to manage Google+ notifications on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Here’s how it’s done.

Step One: Google+ Settings

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

Open up the Google+ app. Swipe from the left side of your screen to the right, or click the button in the top left bars to bring up your navigation menu.

Step Two: Managing Google+ Notifications

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

From there, click on the little gears icon which will bring up your Google+ settings. From there, click on the area labeled ‘Notifications’.

Step Three: Disable Unwanted Notifications In Google+.

How to manage notifications on iphone and ipad

From here, you can choose what notifications you want to be sent to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Alternatively, you can disable notifications entirely from your device’s Settings app. That’s all there is to it! Now you know how to disable Google Plus notifications.

My notifications seem to disappear quickly. How can I see a whole day of notifications? Also, can I see notifications by app? I thought that was a feature and I can’t find it anymore.

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Posted on Jan 13, 2017 11:27 AM

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I have a similar problem, but the notification has already left the notification centre. I have no idea who it was from, but I cannot find the message.

Is there a way to see the history in the notification centre to see who the message was from?

Aug 23, 2017 3:49 PM

Having exact same issue. Had eight notifications and locked the phone accidentally. Now they are all gone and nothing is in Notification Center. I’ve killed 10% of the battery going through it all.

Sep 3, 2017 7:30 PM

SAME . Once you took a glance at notifications they just vanish from lock screen. how can i see older ones or see them again ?

Nov 15, 2017 11:06 AM

But where does it go?? I’m a desperate man.

Dec 22, 2017 10:21 PM

I don’t see Show in History option on my ipad Air 2. Please help

Dec 17, 2017 4:58 AM

Have you checked Settings>Notifications> >Show in History and made sure it’s turned on?

Nov 15, 2017 11:17 AM

I understand that you have some questions about Notifications on your iPhone, and how to view older ones. I know it’s important to be able to manage what you see on your iPhone, so I’m happy to help.

Your Notification Center is ordered with the most recent notification at the top. In most cases, these notifications do not go away until you have dismissed them, but some apps may dismiss a notification from here once you’ve acknowledged it within the respective app. You can read more about how to use and change your notifications in the following article:

Thanks for using the Apple Support Communities. Cheers!

Jan 14, 2017 2:14 PM

If you have the latest update, go to your lock screen (showing the clock and date), but do not unlock your phone. Touch your locked screen, hold, and scroll up. If you have notifications turned on, the history should appear.

Jan 8, 2018 11:47 PM

But where does it go?? I’m a desperate man.

The same place anything else that gets deleted goes: it ceases to exist.

Dec 23, 2017 6:43 AM

Sorry I thought I made it clear I had tapped it already.

Jan 9, 2018 4:27 PM

If you have the latest update, go to your lock screen (showing the clock and date), but do not unlock your phone. Touch your locked screen, hold, and scroll up. If you have notifications turned on, the history should appear.

Unless you’ve tapped on them.

Jan 9, 2018 2:47 PM

Did you ever find out how to retrieve old notifications? Every time I try to do one of these suggested tips such as roll the screen down on a locked screen, all I get is a big fat NO NOTIFICATIONS. I do not have my phone set to wipeout the history either in my settings. I appreciate any tips you can give if you successfully retrieved your deleted notifications. Thanks!

Once you tap on a notification so that it opens up the app, it’s gone. It’s not saved anywhere. There is no “Notifications History”.

Feb 23, 2018 8:21 AM

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I understand that you have some questions about Notifications on your iPhone, and how to view older ones. I know it’s important to be able to manage what you see on your iPhone, so I’m happy to help.

Your Notification Center is ordered with the most recent notification at the top. In most cases, these notifications do not go away until you have dismissed them, but some apps may dismiss a notification from here once you’ve acknowledged it within the respective app. You can read more about how to use and change your notifications in the following article:

Thanks for using the Apple Support Communities. Cheers!

Jan 14, 2017 2:14 PM

I have a similar problem, but the notification has already left the notification centre. I have no idea who it was from, but I cannot find the message.

Is there a way to see the history in the notification centre to see who the message was from?

Aug 23, 2017 3:49 PM

Having exact same issue. Had eight notifications and locked the phone accidentally. Now they are all gone and nothing is in Notification Center. I’ve killed 10% of the battery going through it all.