Android 11 brings many changes that are mainly focused on user privacy. There are a few new features that could be very useful to users, including the new chat bubble feature, a tool called Conversation Notifications, and smart reply options for messaging. You can also set reminders or create events directly from Android notifications on select apps like Google Messages. The following guide will show you how you can set reminders in Android notifications. Guide to set reminder directly from an Android notification
The feature to set reminders right out of notifications is quite handy, but it still doesn’t work perfectly. You don’t always get a reminder for every notification. Make sure your chat bubble is enabled before performing the next steps. If you don’t know how to enable them, here’s a guide:
1. Tap on the ‘chat bubble’ option on your notification. If the chat bubble is enabled, the ‘message bubble’ will pop up automatically.
2. If the content of your message involves planning or a reminder, a ‘Create event’ prompt will appear. Click it.
3. In the chat bubble, fill in the details of the event and set a reminder, then tap ‘Save’.
After you press the save button, your reminders will be set all from the notification window comfortably. Please note that not all apps receive the same prompt for unknown reasons. Unfortunately, Google hasn’t shared many details about which apps are compatible and which aren’t. However, we can confirm that this feature works on Google Messages.
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