This fall, my iPhone’s ($849.00 during Apple) notifications have been out of control. And it’s all since of anticipation football.
I’m in dual anticipation football leagues, both of that are on Yahoo. we use a Yahoo Fantasy Football app to conduct my dual teams (namely, to select a wrong QB or WR to start any week) and get notifications from a app via a week, that keep me familiar of a health of my injury-riddled rosters.
Since I’m handling dual teams, we get a solid tide of updates via a week as NFL teams emanate their damage reports. These messages from Yahoo burden adult my notifications, though we don’t wish to risk branch them off and withdrawal my starting lineup full of players with pulled hamstrings, concussions or other maladies.
Thankfully, we found a center belligerent that doesn’t need me to invalidate Yahoo’s notifications altogether or undo a notifications manually any day. we can simply tell Yahoo or any app to stop withdrawal a alerts in my presentation history. They arrive and afterwards they disappear.
Say ‘no’ to Show in History
Go to Settings Notifications and find a app or apps that are holding adult some-more than their satisfactory share of your notifications screen. You can entrance a shade in iOS 11 by swiping down from a tip of an unbarred iPhone or swiping adult from a center of a sealed iPhone.
Once you’ve comparison your app (for a record, Yahoo’s Fantasy Football app is filed underneath “F ‘and not “Y”), toggle off Show in History.
With Show in History off, we see my joyless damage reports from Yahoo as they arrive and afterwards they’re left — they don’t dawdle in my list of aged notifications.
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