Google has released the latest version of Android, the third Android 11 Developer Preview, which will bring excellent features not found in the previous version.
As we know, the use of the screenshot feature on a smartphone is being able to take information into an image. Screenshots can also be authentic evidence that a party has issued certain statements or information.
Then how do you take screenshots on Android 11?
How To Take Screenshot on Android 11
The first way is to use the general method, namely by pressing the power button and volume down simultaneously.
The second way is very simple, namely by accessing the recent apps and from there you will find two options, namely screenshots or selecting various things on the page (there are options for copy, translate and others). Select a screenshot to take a screenshot on your phone, click, and you’re done!
Apart from the screenshot feature, Android 11 also has several new features that are not available on Android 10. Below are some new features of Android 11.
- View Notification History. With this feature, you can view and reopen the notification history that came in the notification column that you previously closed or ignored. It’s easy, you just have to activate this feature in the phone’s Settings menu, then at any time you can also disable it automatically.
Screen Recorder. To access this feature you only need to swipe down with two fingers to open the “Quick Settings” option. Click the pencil drawing in the lower left to open the available recording menu. Then, drag “Record screen” button upwards to start screen recording.
- Notifications collected. Android 11 can now unify all incoming notifications according to the type of application. Messages that enter the notification will be displayed according to the application, such as email, WhatsApp, or Instagram.
- Dark Theme. User can schedule dark mode to activate automatically on android 11. The available options are to activate dark mode from evening to morning or set it custom.
- “Do Not Disturb” mode. You can control certain conversations by turning off notifications that you deem a less priority. It’s easy, you just have to activate the “Do Not Disturb” mode in the phone’s settings menu, and then select any messaging application to be silenced.
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