Using Notification Center


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Using Notification Center

In versions of iOS before iOS 5, notifications, the little alert messages you'd see every so often were pretty limited. They're much more powerful now. Like most things on the iPad, you configure notifications within the Settings screen, so let's go to Settings, tap Notifications and you see three main sections. The first, Sort Apps, offers two options, Manually and By Time. These control how items are displayed in Notification Center. Notification what? We'll do this.

Tap on the time in the iPad's taskbar and swipe down. The pane that sweeps down is the Notification Center, an area where you can see notifications that you've received. Not only can you see notifications, but you can also act on them, just tap one and the app associated with the notification will launch, taking you to the item that triggered the notification; a calendar event or a reminder, for example. So in this case, let's tap on Team meeting, we do that, calendars open and it shows us that eve...

Using Notification Center
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Using Notification Center provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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