Persistent banners require an action before proceeding; these banners do not go away from your iPhone or iPad screen until you interact with them. This may sound irritating for some users, but guys there are some important app notifications that need quick action. Thanks to some important updates in the latest iOS, you can manage your notifications easily. This means you can hide some notifications preview and you can also set Persistent app notifications on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11.

When you set temporary notifications, all your notifications will disappear from the lock screen of your iPhone and iPad. You may forget to take action (read/reply) on some important alerts; this is why I prefer to turn on persistent notifications for apps in iOS 11 on iPhone or iPad.

How to Set Persistent App Notifications in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to Access Notification Center in iOS 11

Access Notification Center on iPhone and iPad

When you unlock your iPhone, simply swipe down from the top and notification shade will appear. It is that easy to access Notification Center in iOS 11.

But when your iPhone or iPad is locked, you can see notification center by swiping down from the top or by swiping up from the middle of your device screen.

If you are an iPhone X user, you need to follow this process to access notification screen

How to Enable Persistent App Notifications in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

Step #1: Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.

Step #2: Now, tap on Notifications.

Tap on Notification in Settings App on iPhone and iPad

Step #3: Next, you can choose any of your app that receives important notifications; tap on it.

Choose Any App from Notification Page on iPhone and iPad

Step #4: Here, you need to ensure that Allow Notifications and Show as Banners option is toggled on.

Toggle ON Allow Notifications and Show as Banners on iPhone and iPad

Step #5: Under Show as Banners, you will find Temporary and Persistent mobile screen; you need to tap on Persistent.

Set Persistent App Notifications on iPhone and iPad

That’s it!

Your notifications will not disappear from the lock screen until you enable Temporary app notifications on your iOS 11 device.

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