Sur Android Q, permet de gérer votre application Notification Assistant par défaut et un…

Sur Android Q, permet de gérer votre application Notification Assistant par défaut et un…

On Android Q, your default Notification Assistant app can manage and adjust other apps’ notifications

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sur Android Q, votre défaut Assistant Notification app peut gérer et régler les notifications des autres applications


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6 réflexions au sujet de “Sur Android Q, permet de gérer votre application Notification Assistant par défaut et un…”

  1. > The default service you pick can read other apps’ notifications, but more importantly, has the ability to act on them and adjust them. An example shown in the video below from developer joaomgcd (of Tasker and AutoNotification fame) shows how he can use his app to « inject » a third button in an existing notification.

    I could see this being pretty useful – for instance, being able to add a third action to a notification instead of waiting in vain for the app developer to do it (especially for apps from larger companies who are less responsive to requests from individual users).

    I’m pleasantly surprised by some of the additions Google is making in Android Q thus far, and I hope they don’t remove all these (experimental) features in the final betas.

  2. Well this sucks. I use AutoNotification and Join pretty extensively. From the sound of it, now I’m only really going to be able to use one or the other, unless Joao wants to work some magic and roll them into one app

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