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Cinnamon notifications are ephemeral; either you click them and they disappear immediately or they disappear by themselves after a few seconds.
When you add the notifications applet to your panel in Cinnamon 1.6, it keeps track of any notification you didn’t dismiss.
The notifications applet acts like a tray which collects the notifications you didn’t click on. This is particularly handy when you’re busy doing something else and you just happened to see a notification in the corner of your screen but didn’t have time to read it, or when you’re away and you want to catch up with what happened during your absence.

Cinnamon notifications are ephemeral; either you click them and they disappear immediately or they disappear by themselves after a few seconds.

When you add the notifications applet to your panel in Cinnamon 1.6, it keeps track of any notification you didn’t dismiss.

The notifications applet acts like a tray which collects the notifications you didn’t click on. This is particularly handy when you’re busy doing something else and you just happened to see a notification in the corner of your screen but didn’t have time to read it, or when you’re away and you want to catch up with what happened during your absence.

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