Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: How to use Information Stream
The curved screen on the Galaxy 6S Edge is more than just a pretty design feature.
It can also show you missed notifications and news updates.
The information stream, as Samsung calls it, shows missed calls and text messages, notifications from your apps and news, stocks and sports updates from Yahoo!.
It all appears when the screen is dark, and you quickly slide your finger along the edge back and forth.
Then you can swipe up and down to cycle through the different streams.
To set up information streams, go to your phone settings.
Scroll down to edge screen then scroll down to information screen.
To toggle it on, you tap manage feeds.
You can see a preview of all the available feeds you can put on the edge.
And just tap the check boxes [INAUDIBLE].
You can also tap the gear icon to customize each feed.
For example, in the briefing feed you can select which apps' notifications appear.
In the Yahoo!
sports feed you can set your favorite team.
Tap here to rearrange the order each feed appears on the edge.
You can also adjust the screen timeout from fifteen seconds to ten minutes.
Another feature of the Edge is called Night Clock.
It shows notifications, your next alarms, and a clock along the edge with a dim screen, so it won't bother you while you're sleeping.
You program what time it comes on and goes off in settings, and whenever the screen is off, you'll see night clocks.
For much more about how to use the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, head over to CNET.com/How-To.
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