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Can i ungroup notifications?

(Topic created: 01-03-2024 10:09 AM)
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userXnzEOSPE25
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Hey, is there a way to ungroup notifications? For instance, Instagram sends multiple notifications but I only get a preview of the most recent saying there's 6 messeges. When I click it it won't show me the 6 individual notifications. Is there a way to change the settings so I get each one individually? This is a massive flaw out of the box.

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LongHiker
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@userXnzEOSPE25 Since my email client, Samsung Member's, and other apps separate these out... I'm guessing that there is no problem for an app to do this. So it would seem that it is on the instagram developers to implement this in the app. 

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I have a Galaxy S23 running Android 14 and OneUI 6.0 which groups my push notifications for all apps including Twitter/X, Reddit, Facebook etc.  There is a MINUTE down arrow in the push notification box top right which if you tap it opens the group and displays the individual push notifications.  This is fine if you are the size of a pixie with pixie sized fingertips but for the other 99.9% of users our fingers are too big to tap only that MINUTE down arrow and every time you tap the grouped notification, ALL the notifications in the group disappear!!!!!!>??????

Please don't try to placate me by telling me that I can get them back by opening SETTINGS/NOTIFICATIONS/HISTORY because I shouldn't have to go through that ridiculous process in the first place!  There should be an option for a user to choose for themselves whether they get single push notifications or to get all push notifications condensed into one inaccessible push notification.

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^agreed. I came from apple where you'd click thr group notifications and all thr individual ones would pop down. Sometimes I wish android would see what competitors are doing right and mimick