Android O Will Bring Individual Notification Channels for Websites on Chrome

If you’re an Android fan, or even a general tech enthusiast, then you are very well aware of the fact that Android O will be launched soon. Google is currently working long and hard together with its qualified developers, as well as the public, in order to finish up the last details on the future stable version of the mobile operating system that will roll out to most devices that support it after all the preparations for this are made.

Today we have some moderately exciting news about a brand new feature that we’ve learned that Android O will bring to the Google Chrome mobile browser. We say ‘moderately’ because it’s not the most exciting Android O feature we’ve seen thus far, but it’s an exciting addition for Chrome. Keep reading to find out what it is.

Individual Notification Channels

If you’re an avid Chrome user on your mobile devices (smartphone, tablet, etc.), then you are familiar with the Chrome notification channels. These channels are separated into various categories, and one of those is Sites. But the problem with the Sites channel was that it lumped together all websites and didn’t rank them in any way according to their importance to a particular user. Needless to say, this made this particular feature very uncomfortable to use. But that will soon be over when Android O drops.

The new Android O will give the mobile Google Chrome app a brand new feature that gives websites individual notification channels. This means that you can sort through notification by website, and these will even be ranked in some sort of hierarchy if all goes well. What do you think about this new feature? Do you think it improves upon Chrome mobile? Let us know in the comments below.

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