How to Easily Snooze or Clear Notifications on your Pixel 3

You know that the Pixel devices have become the benchmark for smartphone camera excellence despite of the fact that they come with a single sensor, but your Pixel 3 is not all about camera.

It also has a gorgeous display, all the new features seem genuinely useful and that Pixel Stand makes you love the handset even more, while performance of the app switcher/multitasking is way more snappy than on the previous Pixel 2 model, so it is only up to you to explore what this device truly has to offer.

Speaking of notifications, for example, depending on what notifications you want, you can change settings for certain apps or for your whole Pixel 3 handset.

What do you think of that? Notifications appear when you swipe down from the top of your screen. Some notifications can also appear on your lock screen and home screen.

How to Easily Snooze or Clear Notifications on your Pixel 3:

  • To snooze a notification, drag it slightly left or right and hit Snooze. To pick a time, tap the Down arrow;
  • To clear one notification, swipe it left or right;
  • If your wish instead is to clear all notifications, then all you have to do is to scroll to the bottom of your notifications and tap Clear all;
  • Remember the fact that you may also choose to clear some notifications only when they’re done. For example, you can clear a music player notification after you stop the music if you like so.

Do you need any extra help with that? Be sure that’s why I am here for, so just let me know via the comments area! And don’t forget that Google’s Assistant is one of the Big Three digital helpers, along with Siri and Alexa, so you can ask for its help too in certain cases. Your Pixel 3 phone has Active Edge, pressure-sensitive side panels along the bottom half, so all you have to do is to grip them tightly and Google Assistant will activate in a blink of an eye. Nothing complicated, right?

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