A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    Smartphones are built around applications that send us important notifications to keep us informed. Our smartphone's notification panels are usually filled with notifications from social networking apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, e-commerce apps like Flipkart, Amazon and the usual text messages, call logs, etc. We attend them as per their importance and most of the times dismiss the list to clear the clutter.

    A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    Every now and then we clear the list and realize that some of the notifications needed our attention. If you have been in this situation and are looking for a solution to get those dismissed notifications back, then check out this simple trick.

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    The following steps will help you retrieve those dismissed notifications on your Android smartphone.

    A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    Long-tap an empty space on your Android homescreen and tap widgets.

    A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    Find the Settings shortcut widget by swiping left and place it on the homescreen.

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    A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    In the settings shortcut menu, scroll down to the Notification log.

    A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    Just tap on it and a Notification log shortcut will display on your homescreen.

    A Simple Hack To Revive Dismissed Notifications on Android Smartphone

    A simple tap thereafter will show your notification history.

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