The new version of Android comes with more features and notification improvements. However, full-screen notifications are still out of the user’s control, such as those for alarms, voice calls and video calls, even when the phone is locked. For example, when the alarm goes off, users cannot see anything else on the lock screen.
According to the latest report, the situation will change on Android 14.
Android expert Mishaal Rahman found that Android 14 has a new settings option that allows users to block apps from sending full-screen notifications. the feature enabled, full-screen notifications will be displayed on the device in the same format as other notifications.
For example, if a user blocks WhatsApp from sending full-screen notifications, voice and video call notifications will be displayed in the same way as other notifications. Users can then expand this notification to access the “Respond” and “Reject” buttons.
Depending on the display, users can block apps from sending full-screen notifications by navigating to Settings ” Apps ” Special app access ” Manage full-screen intent.