Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center
Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center

Learn how to Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center by adjusting some of the windows settings to efficiently manage all the notification priorities according to your wish.

In the latest version of Windows, i.e. Windows 10 OS for computer systems, there have been lots of improvements and some more added unique features too. There are also some of the great changes seen in the case of looks of many parts of this new version operating system and the case of Action Center inside this Windows there are some subtle changes too. The action center displays all notifications related to the apps and other aspects of the Windows and now in the Windows 10, you can also set the priorities for all apps by which you can see the app notifications in a very arranged manner according to the priorities laid down before. This thing helps you to ignore all the useless app notifications and tends to maintain much firm deal with the critical apps. So, to set up the Notification priorities for the apps in Windows 10 you will have to follow up some method that is given below in this article. Just go and read the article to know about the process.

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How to Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center

The method is quite straightforward and easy, and you just need to follow some simple steps that will set the priorities of all the notifications. So follow the steps below to proceed.

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Steps To Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center:

1. Click on the notification icon that is placed on the far right side of the taskbar on the Window 10 desktop screen. Now from the options that appear above the taskbar just select the ‘All Settings‘ and wait for the Windows settings to launch up.

Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center
Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center

2. While the settings app of the Windows 10 has launched you need to click on the ‘System‘ option. There will be an option named ‘Notifications and Actions‘ in the settings panel which you will have to click on. Now you will have to get into all settings related to the Action center and the app notifications.

Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center
Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center

3. Now from there, you will see the list of all your Windows apps and to set up the priorities for a particular app, just click on that app and then you can set the notification priorities from the options that will show up.

4. Note that there are three priorities options for the app notifications i.e “Top” , “Normal” and “High” by which the top prior set app notifications will show up on the top of the Action notifications, High prior set apps notifications will show up below the Top prior set apps and above the Normal set apps as these apps notifications will show up at the last only.

Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center
Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center

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So above discussion was all about Set Notification Priorities for Apps in Windows 10 Action Center. As the surfing through options and menu’s is greatly different in Windows 10 as compared to the previous version of Windows, so the process needs to be explained although once you will get on to the method you can then easily play up with many more aspects of Windows. Just try this method and set up the priorities for your different apps on your Windows 10, so that you can manage them much more easily.



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