The Notification Interval is a crucial setting in alarms that determines the frequency at which you receive notifications for the same event. It helps prevent excessive notifications and allows you to control the timing of alerts when certain conditions persist for an extended period. By adjusting the Notification Interval, you can strike a balance between staying informed and avoiding notification overload. Click here if you want a step-by-step guide on how to set up an alarm.
Changing the notification interval:
- When setting up an alarm, look for the "Private to you" settings.
Define the Interval Time: The Minimum Notification Interval is typically expressed in hours. Set the desired time interval between consecutive notifications. For example, if you set it to 2 hours, you will receive notifications at least 2 hours apart.
- After configuring other alarm settings, save the alarm and off you go.