One of the cool features on your Galaxy Note10+ is called Smart Pop-Up View. While this is definitely not a new thing anymore, not all premium phones support it even though it’s a useful functionality. Learn what Smart Pop-Up View and how to enable it below.
What is Galaxy Note10+ Smart Pop-Up View?
Smart Pop-Up View is a unique feature on premium Samsung Galaxy models that allows notifications of an app to be displayed on top of another active app. A user can opt to allow an icon be displayed on screen so he or she can tap on it to expan a small window to see what the notification is about. For example, if you’re streaming a movie and a text message comes in, an icon of your messaging app will be imposed on the screen so you can tap on it and respond to the SMS, just like what you can do normally in the full-screen version of the text message app. You can also close the icon afterwards so you can continue with whatever you’re doing.
How to use Smart Pop-Up View on Galaxy Note10+?
If you’re interested to use Smart Pop-Up View on Galaxy Note10+, all you have to do is to open the Settings app and enable Smart pop-up view feature from there. Here’s what you need to do exactly:
- Go to the Home screen or Apps screen.
- Tap Settings app.
- Tap Advanced features.
- Select Smart pop-up view.
- Select which app you want to use with Smart pop-up view feature.
- That’s it!
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