Swipe out notification

tarco0

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Did anyone else notice that in iOS 7 you can swipe out the notification?
I really like that, I found them intrusive in previous versions.
 

bluedukies8

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Jun 30, 2009
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Is there a certain way for this to work? I have tried from both sides of the phone and the only thing that happens it that it will take me into the app that is displaying the notification. Tried the lockscreen and from the homescreen after pulling down NC. :confused:
 

batting1000

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Sep 4, 2011
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Is there a certain way for this to work? I have tried from both sides of the phone and the only thing that happens it that it will take me into the app that is displaying the notification. Tried the lockscreen and from the homescreen after pulling down NC. :confused:
When a notification banner comes in, just slide/flick it up.
 

bluedukies8

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When a notification banner comes in, just slide/flick it up.
Oh...got ya. You were talking at the top of the screen when they first come in. I knew about that. Just misunderstood what was being said. I thought that maybe there was a way to do it from the lockscreen by just swiping without going into the app. ;) Thanks for clarifying.
 

TonyC28

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At first I wondered why they made the banner thicker. Now I think it's to make it easier to swipe away. Or perhaps they will be adding buttons to it for something like QuickReply...
 

tarco0

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It's like it a layer on the top, similar to how the new menus work, where you can slide to go back
I really like the new iOS
 

C DM

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Oct 17, 2011
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Did anyone else notice that in iOS 7 you can swipe out the notification?
I really like that, I found them intrusive in previous versions.
You could do this in iOS 6 as well (assuming we are talking about banner notifications that appear at the top).

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Yes two at once also
Where and how can that be done exactly?