Some Essential Android Oreo Functions.
Movical.net took a look at the current version of the operating system and revealed the essential Android Oreo functions.
- Channel Notifications
There are many new and exciting Android Oreo functions. Perhaps the most valuable consists of the so-called “notification channels.” With this feature, Oreo only allows you to receive notifications from an app that you want to read. After all, there is a lot of other news that an application will tell you about. Not all of them are always equally relevant. To separate the important from the unimportant, Oreo has now introduced “notification channels.”
Behind the name, some categories divide all incoming notifications into essential and less important news and let you decide which ones you want to be informed about. In the Twitter app, for example, direct messages can be separated from new likes or followers. So, while it may be interesting to read new messages that have been sent to you, it may be less interesting to see who has recently been following you.
If you want to deactivate a “notification channel,” tap on the notification of the type you do not want to receive any more information in the future and select “Deactivate notifications” in the menu that then appears at the end.
- Postpone Notifications
Suppose you are generally interested in all incoming notifications but do not always want to deal with them immediately. In that case, the following Android Oreo functions presented here are exactly the right ones for you. With this feature, you can set incoming notifications to “snooze” like an alarm clock so that they should remind you again at a later point in time.
So, if the next time a message reaches you at a wrong time, all you have to do is swipe left or right on it, tap the “Settings symbol,” and then set the desired period between this and the next alarm should elapse. In this way, you always have an overview of incoming notifications, even in stressful times.