How to Customize Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

Based on your need, you can configure Control Center in iOS 11 on your iPhone to organize controls and remove the ones you need any longer.

Redesigned Control Center is one of the biggest highlights of iOS 11. The CC has become more functional than ever before. What’s more, you can customize control Center in iOS 11 on your iPhone as per your liking!

You can now turn cellular ON/OFF, access shortcut to the Notes app, enable low-power mode and more right from the Control Center. You will also be able to organize the controls depending on your need. Furthermore, there is also an option to remove any control if you no longer want to use it in CC. Here is how it’s done the right way!

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How to Customize Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

How to Configure Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

Note: One thing you need to know that you are not allowed to make any changes to certain features like Airplane Mode, Cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, audio playback, Lock screen rotation, Do Not Disturb, or screen mirroring as these features remain in Control Center.

Snapshot of what we have covered in this post:

How to Add Controls in Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #1. Open Settings app on iPhone.

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Tap on Settings in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #2. Next, you need to tap on Control Center.

Tap on Control Center in iOS 11 Settings on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you have to tap on add button (+) which is next to control under the More Controls section. Then, add the ones you wish to use in the CC.

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Add Controls in Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

How to Organize the order of controls in Control Center in iOS 11

You have the option to organize the order of controls as per your convenience.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iOS device.

Tap on Settings in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Control Center.

Tap on Control Center in iOS 11 Settings on iPhone

Step #3. Now, you need to tap and hold on a control to enter into hover mode → Next; you have to drag the control to the new location.

Organize the order of controls in Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

How to Remove Controls from Control Center in iOS 11

Just in case you don’t use any control much, you have the option to remove it from Control Center.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.

Tap on Settings in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Control Center.

Tap on Control Center in iOS 11 Settings on iPhone

Step #3. Next, you need to tap on the red button (-) that is next to control under the Include section. Then tap on Remove to confirm.

Remove Controls from Control Center in iOS 11 on iPhone

Wrapping up

What’s your take on iOS 11 features in general and the redesigned Control Center in particular? Feel free to let your views come across.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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