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A four-part Pixel notification transformation

Ah, notifications. I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a bit of a love-hate relationship with the things.

On the one hand, sure, notifications can be useful. Having an alert about an important email, text message, or Slack reminder pop up on my Pixel keeps me connected to critical communications and (allegedly) important updates.

On the other hand, though, man: Those same sorts of notifications make it damn-near impossible to get away from work — and/or family — and focus on anything else in this wide, wild world of ours.

That’s why, for me, the Pixel’s always-on display option has never been especially optimal. The always-on display, if you aren’t familiar, is that feature where your Pixel shows you a dimmed view of the time, date, weather, and any pending notifications on your screen all the freakin’ time — whenever you aren’t actively using your phone. The screen just never fully turns off.

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Source:: Computerworld