As a matter of course in iOS, new warnings are sorted in sequential request, so the latest notice will be recorded at the highest priority on the rundown. The way iOS sorts your notices implies that those got at diverse times, even from the same application, may not be recorded in the same segment. In the event that your Notification Center is occupied, you likely just see the latest redesign of your most loved application, while the old upgrades are path down the rundown. Fortunately, it is conceivable to gathering notices by application. Thusly, overseeing and rejecting warnings turns out to be much less demanding.
The capacity to gathering notices by application is just accessible on iOS 9 and up. Verify that your gadget is running on iOS 9 preceding you begin. You can check for the OS redesign in Settings – > General – > Software Update.
At the time of this writing, iOS 9 is still in beta. The public release will be available in September 2015.
1) Open the Settings app on your iPhone’s home screen.
2) In the Settings screen, scroll down, and select the Notifications option.
3) At the top of the Notifications settings screen, you will see the Notifications View section. Make sure that the Sort Order setting is set to Recent, and then turn on the Group By Appoption. If the Sort Order option is set to Manual, the Group By App option will not be available
4) To verify that everything functions not surprisingly, swipe down from the highest point of the screen to see your notices. You will see that notices originating from the same application are currently gathered together. Since the Sort Order choice is still situated to Recent, the application with the latest notice will be put at the highest priority on the rundown.
The screenshot below shows how your screen will appear when the Group By App option is turned off. As you can see, each notification is marked with its icon, notification title, and content.
When the Group by App option is turned on, there will be a small header containing only one app icon at the top of the notifications. The notifications of the same app will be separated by a small gray line.