Locked screen notifications are finally available in Android Lollypop.
Letting you view alerts without having to unlock your device.
By default, notifications appear as cards you can swipe down to expand, swipe to clear away, or tap to launch.
You have a few options for customizing the way these notifications work.
To change the settings, head to Settings, then Sound and notification.
The main option lets see the side how and if walks free notifications appear.
Show all means all notifications and their previews appear.
High sensitive info.
Les notifications up here but those content previews won't show up.
And finally you can disable lock screen notifications entirely.
As a bonus you can now control app specific notification settings.
In the App notifications list, you have an option to block notifications entirely, and enable priority, which puts the notifications at the top of the list, and forces them to appear even when you're in priority mode.
[INAUDIBLE] And here's something that could easily go overlooked.
If you tap and hold a notification in the log screen, you can hit this [INAUDIBLE] icon or info button to access the app specific notification settings.
For more Android Lollipops, tips and tricks.
Check out Cnet.com/how-to.
For CNET, I'm Sharon Profis.
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