I am a minimalist report. When I receive notifications, I want to deal with them as quickly as possible. If the time is not right and I want to refer to the report later, snoozen was always the best course of action. But in Android 10, Google stopped slumbering away, so here's how to get it back.
Every iteration from Android seems to come with some sort of change in how notifications work and how you handle them. Android 10 is no exception and some people may be disappointed that the ability to snooze notifications is not enabled by default. However, don't be afraid, you can easily switch it on again and notifications will continue to snooze when you need a little delay.
: Enable Snoozing for notifications
First open the "Settings" app and tap "Apps" & notifications. "Tap the & # 39; Notifications & # 39; button here. Scroll down and open the advanced section by tapping & # 39; Advanced & # 39; then tap" Allow reporting snoozing. "
Snooze notifications is now enabled If you swipe to the right the next time you receive a notification, you will see a clock icon, tap to snooze the notification. it disappears and returns after the specified time The default time is one hour, but you can change it to 15 minutes, 30 minutes or 2 hours if you tap the text "Snoozed for 1 hour" after snoozing.