In Windows 10, the new action center consists of the notifications area which displays the notifications from various apps for you to take actions, such as Windows system apps and third-party apps like Twitter, Facebook, and your email account. However, I had enabled apps to show notifications for errors and updates and when I clicked them, they are gone and slid off the screen so I didn’t have a chance to read it. I would like to review the old user notification history to make some sense without missing something important.
How to View Old Notifications in Windows 10
Windows 10 gives an extraordinary method to get significant cautions i.e Notifications. These apps are nothing however Windows framework apps or outsider apps like Facebook, Twitter, and your email. Consider the possibility that you pass up reading a few notifications. You have empowered apps to show error and update notifications, be that as it may, they slide off the screen once you click them. Might you then want to review old notifications to know what you may have missed?
Do the following to recover and view the old Notifications in Windows 10:
- Press Win + A on the keyboard.
- The old notifications are assembled in the open window.
- These notifications can be viewed until you view and clear them.
- If you select a notification, it responds to your action.
- If you click Clear option, it will clear the action and, you will at this point don’t view it.
Now you can oversee notifications by clicking on Manage notifications or you can go to Notifications and Action Settings from Settings > System > Notifications and Actions.
Maks sure that Get notifications from apps and different senders are turned on.
You can look down and take a gander at the rundown of apps to choose the ones for which you need notifications.
It is difficult to view old notifications if this setting isn’t turned on in the framework settings. The framework has taken out them totally. Likewise, it very well may be the case the information stored in history is too enormous. You can likewise get to the framework log to view information on a framework level.