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Managing notifications - moto g7 power

Managing notifications on the moto g7 power 

When you receive unwanted notifications from an app, touch & hold the notification, then touch Turn off notifications.

To review all apps and adjust whether they can send notifications:

  1. Swipe down to view your notifications.
  2. At the bottom of the list, touch Manage
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To stop all notifications from an app, turn it off
    • To stop certain notifications from an app, touch the app name, then turn notifications  or off   for each category.
    • To stop an app from showing notifications as a banner across the top of an unlocked screen, like those for incoming calls, touch the app name, select the notification category, then turn Pop on screen off  for the category.

Tip: To prevent notifications from all apps during certain times or calendar events, use Do Not Disturb.


Receive silent notifications

If you want an app's notifications to be less intrusive, you can categorize them:
  • Alerting: You'll hear a sound, get a message on your lock screen, and can see the app's icon in your status bar.
     
  • Silent: You won't hear a sound or feel a vibration. But the notification will show up when you swipe down from the top of your screen.
To silence an app's notifications:
  1. Touch & hold a notification.
  2. Touch Silent
To add sound and vibration to an app's notifications, just touch & hold a notification and touch Alerting.

Change notification sound

To change the sound for all app notifications:
  1. Go to Settings > Sound > Advanced > Default notification sound
  2. Do one of the following:
    • To change it, choose a new sound.
    • To turn notification sounds off, select None
To change the notification sound for a specific app:
  1. Touch & hold the app icon
  2. Touch  > Notifications
  3. Touch the category for an enabled notifications, then touch Advanced > Sound and select a unique ringtone, or set it to None.
To adjust the volume level of notifications:
  1. Press a Volume button and on the screen touch
  2. Adjust the Ring volume slider.

Bypass Do Not Disturb

To let an app's notifications be heard when Do not disturb is set to Priority only:

  1. Touch & hold the app icon.
  2. Touch  > Notifications
  3. Touch the category for enabled notifications, then touch Advanced and turn Override Do Not Disturb on

Turn on snoozing

If you want to be able to snooze notifications by dragging them left or right, turn on snoozing:
  1. Go to Settings > Apps & notifications > Notifications
  2. Touch Advanced
  3. Turn Allow notification snoozing on

Turn notification dots off or on

You can control whether app icons show dots to alert you about unread notifications.
To turn off for all apps:
  1. Go to Settings > Apps & notifications > Notifications
  2. Touch Advanced
  3. Turn Allow notification dots on  or off
To turn off for one app:
  1. Touch & hold the app icon.
  2. Touch  > Notifications
  3. Touch Advanced
  4. Turn Allow notification dot on  or off

Control lock screen notifications

If you've set a pattern, PIN or password, you can control which type of notifications show on your lock screen and prevent them from revealing private information.
 
To adjust notifications for all apps:
  1. Go to Settings > Apps & notifications > Notifications
     
  2. To hide sensitive content on your lock screen, turn Sensitive notifications off

    You’ll get lock screen notifications for an incoming email or chat, but they won’t include message details.
    For finer control, leave this on  to allow details, and instead hide sensitive content from specific apps.

     
  3. To change which notifications show on your lock screen (show all, hide notifications from apps you silenced, or hide all), touch Notifications on lockscreen.

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