Google already experimented with it allowing us to respond to messages from the same notification, and it seems that Android Q will allow floating bubbles of notifications in different applications. The test can already be done on Google terminals, such as the Google Pixel 3 XL .
In its day, when Facebook introduced the bubbles in the chats to respond quickly to messages without having to close the applications that we had open, the possibilities of this system did not go unnoticed by the rest of the developers.
As in the case of Facebook, we can move the bubbles freely and let them sit along the edge of the screen. Also like Facebook, throwing them down will make them disappear (although right now, probably because of how green the operating system is, cleaning a single notification bubble will make all of them disappear.
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When we click on the notifications , they are opened to show all those that are stacked, and when we select a specific, it moves to the top of the screen. From here they will be displayed and we will be able to access the content of the notification.
In some cases, as in chats, we can answer directly and see the conversation we are having, instead of sending a message blindly (as we are doing right now).
According to the experts who have tried it, although it seems that the physics of the bubbles works well (the movement is natural, they are fixed, etc) it seems that it is the only thing that does it. You can only see 5 notifications at the same time , since these are all bubbles that fit physically next to each other.
However, this could only be a test. We have too many versions of Android consulting the notifications in the upper sliding bar to be able to forget it as well. Although it is true that this solution could be tremendously valid considering how the screens are increasing in size.