How to Disable Group Notification in iOS 12 on iPhone or iPad

Aren't charmed by group notifications? Worry not, you have the option to turn off notification grouping for individual apps on your iOS 12 devices to prevent your alerts from being stacked. The one thing worth mentioning first up is that you will have to get it done on an app basis as you can’t turn it off for all apps at one go.

Group Notifications is the best solution for keeping Notification Center streamlined. Frankly speaking, I had been pining for this neat feature to arrive for long. That being said, not everyone may find it spot on and would instead want to disable group notification on iOS 12 to continue to receive alerts in scattered form.

Keep in mind; there is no option to turn off notification grouping for all apps at once. Hence, you will have to repeat the process for each app which alerts you don’t wish to stack anymore. Without making much ado, let me demonstrate how it’s done!

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How to Turn Off Notification Grouping in iOS 12 on iPhone or iPad

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iOS device → Tap on Notifications.

Tap on Settings then Notifications in iOS 12 on iPhone

Step #2. Next, select the app which notifications you don’t want to receive in groups anymore → scroll down and tap on Notification Grouping.

Choose an App and Tap on Notifications Grouping in iOS 12

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Step #3. Up next, select Off.

Turn Off Group Notifications by App in iOS 12

That’s it! Going forward the alerts from this app will no longer be stacked. As mentioned above, repeat the steps for each app which notifications you don’t want to group.

If you ever want to go back to the previous option, simply return to the same setting and pick Automatic or By App.

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Over to You

iOS 12 offers a much better way to deal with alerts. Apart from grouping notifications, the operating system also lets you hide alerts during your bedtime. If you wish to have complete peace at night, the Bedtime Mode is the perfect solution for keeping distraction at bay.

What do you think of iOS 12 and has it been able to live up to your expectation? And what are the new features that have caught your eyes in the OS? Do share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Rajesh Mishrahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Tracking down the trending stories that are making headlines on the Internet and exploring Apple devices are what appeal Mr. Mishra the most. Aside from catching up with the fun-loving videos and FPS, he likes playing badminton and composing poems!

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