Apple brings new iOS 16 to iPhonelock screen” function, the iPhone notification center has also been redesigned, so that the iOS 16 notification center has also ushered in significant changes, the notification display information will be more obvious, clean and concise, and iOS 16 It also allows iPhone users to customize three notification center styles. This article will teach you how to adjust the display method of iOS 16 notification center messages.
iOS 16 notification center design is more in line with gesture operations
It makes sense for the iOS 16 notification center to adjust in this way. After all, every time you light up the iPhone screen, you will see a bunch of APP notification messages stuck on the screen, which will bring a sense of anxiety and irritability. I believe you have used the old version of iOS every day. I feel irritable when a large number of notifications are poured in, so I don’t look at it at all in the end.
The design of the new version of iOS 16 notification center also solves the problem that the number of notifications is too large in the past. When a notification comes, it will pop up from the bottom of the iPhone screen. When the number of notifications accumulates, it will also be displayed in a “stacked” manner, and the default At most you will see one.
In addition, the iOS 16 notification center design is also more suitable for large-screen gesture operations. I don’t think this function is an anti-human design. If you want to browse the previously unread notification messages, just swipe up with one hand, and you can immediately expand the notification center mode. And it will be arranged upwards in time sequence. Regardless of operation or experience, these are integrated with iPhone bottom-up gesture operations, which will be closer to ergonomics and user experience.
iOS 16 Notification Center Stack/List Adjustment Tutorial
If you really are not used to the display method of the iOS16 notification center, do not like stacking notifications, and want to return the notification center to the original list display, you can manually adjust the iOS 16 notification display method through the following steps:
- Open iPhone’s built-in “Settings”
- Select “Notification”
- Customize the three display modes of “Quantity, Stack, List”.
iPhone Notification Center Count, Stack, and List Display Differences
So what is the difference between the “number, stack, list” effects of the iOS 16 notification center? Get a full understanding of:
List notification center style
If you are more accustomed to the original traditional list notification method, you can change it to “list”, and then change the information to be presented one by one without overlapping with the same APP.
Stacked notification center styles
By default, the iOS 16 notification center will be automatically set to “stack”. If you want the notification center to only occupy the bottom block of the screen, and to allow the notification center to be stacked and classified by applications, it is recommended to keep “stack” not. Change.
Quantity prompt notification center style
If you don’t even want to see the stack, it can minimize the interference of notification messages. You can change it to “quantity” display. When there is an APP notification, only “x notification” will be displayed. Clicking the notification bar below will also automatically display the message. Expand.
If you feel that the display method of the notification center is not used to you after upgrading to iOS 16, you can use this method to modify and adjust the three display methods, and the new version of the notification center can not only swipe to expand the notification list online, but also swipe down to change it. For digital message notification, the design is ingenious.
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