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Discussion in 'iPad 4 Forum' started by islandman, Feb 28, 2015.
Yay! Glad to hear that things got sorted for you. And, thanks for coming back and telling us your problem got resolved. Always nice to hear back - especially the success stories.
And, even though we were of NO assistance on this issue, please hang around. We're a pretty nice bunch of folk.
Actually I am not entirely convinced it is right yet. Just had a call from son-in-law to say my daughter is trying to skype me and I'm not answering. I made another change, then it did ring and we skyped, but I want to be totally sure I have it set right.
So, let me explain how my settings are:-
At the top are three diagrams, None/Banners/Alerts.Alerts is highlighted with circle round name.
Show in Notification Centre =Live
Include 5 recent items
Show on Lock Screen = Live
However, I have removed the Password now, and enter via a swipe,
Does this sound right to you? When I was told the call wasn't coming through, I looked at settings and Show in Notification Centre was off/greyed out, so made it live, then call came through. Was that the reason do you think?
I don't have/use Skype. But - from what I know of iPad notifications, it looks like, to me, you've got it set up the way it needs to be.
Did you try having someone call you again after you made the last change - just to make sure?
I'd just like to point out that Skype has support pages for their iPad app. If we aren't able to help you it wouldn't hurt to try the more direct approach (if you haven't already).
Here is what they say about notifications: https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA12404/how-do-i-manage-skype-notifications-on-ios
Like Marilyn, I don't use Skype, so I can't add any real-experience advice.
Thanks both. When I am up (still in bed) I'll have a look at support pages and save them. Everything has happened quickly and hoped there would be a quick reply. Fairly new to much of this and only started using skype days ago, with only two people I know using it, so limited really.